A radiator flush should be performed if the radiator coolant is not clear, or if there is indication of corrosion in the cooling system. A proper flushing with an approved agent will clean out accumulated scale, corrosion, and other undesirable material in the cooling system to restore the flow characteristics of your radiator. A radiator flush should also be carried out anytime the coolant is fully drained from the radiator before refilling with the correct coolant type. If you find your self needing a radiator flush or radiator coolant for your cooling system simply call us and a technician will be there immdiatey to assit you.
If you ever run into an issue with your engine’s temperature then the first thing that you should do is check on the coolant. If the coolant’s level is low then there isn’t enough coolant for the engine to function properly. If that’s the case, low engine coolant fluid can be a result of, Failing to drain the old coolant properly and not replacing it with a sufficient amount of new coolant so you would need a coolant change. Whether you need a coolant change, coolant flush, engine coolant, (radiator coolant) our team are always on stand by for fast roadside assiatnce.
An engine’s cooling system is primarily there to eliminate any of the heat which is produced by your engine throughout the combustion process. Without the engine’s cooling system and the necessary coolant, your engine would overheat very fast and several components would be affected by heat damage.
List of Signs You Need a Coolant Flush
1. The temperature gauge reads hotter than normal when the engine is running 2. Antifreeze leaks and puddles beneath your vehicle (orange or green fluid) 3. A grinding noise is coming from under the hood of your car 4. Flecks or bits of rust start to show up in the antifreeze/coolant liquid 5. Steam or an odor similar to boiling maple syrup is coming from the engine
Signs You Need a Radiator Flush
While radiator coolant is very important, like most fluids running through a system, it can build up unwanted contaminants and collect debris over time. Over time, your radiator coolant can cause radiator corrosion, generating rust, scaling or other debris that you do not want in your car’s radiator or engine. A coolant flush will resolves this problem – it’s basically a blood transfusion for your cooling system. A flush involves forcing several gallons of cleaner, water and new antifreeze through the system to get rid of all the old antifreeze and the contaminants that may have built up in it.
Several signs may indicate that it is a good idea to get a radiator flush right away. If your car overheats, for example, it often means that there is either a leak in your coolant system or that the coolant is contaminated in some way. If your coolant level seems relatively full even though your engine has overheated, it is probably a good idea to flush the radiator.
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We’ll provide roadside assistance for your selected vehicle, no matter who’s driving it.
How much does your roadside assistance service cost?
Fee's will depend on what excatly you need, your location and time you call - the contracter will infrom you of charges over the phone.
How quickly can I expect roadside assistance?
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How does your roadside assistance work ?
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