Cooling System

It's never a smart idea to ignore engine bay fluids, even more so with engine coolant. Your engine coolant is as critical as the other fluids in your car and should be monitored with Eric's car care. The frequency of checks will vary based on the vehicle's type, mechanical condition, and driving history.

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Coolant flushes provide many benefits to your cooling system. It is important to maintain your cooling system, just like every other part of your vehicle

Why Coolant
Is Important

Your vehicle's radiator contains engine coolant, a liquid mixture of water, and antifreeze. During extreme cold or hot weather, your engine can overheat or freeze, causing serious problems. In a car's cooling system, water and antifreeze are generally mixed 50/50. It is possible to alter mixtures' boiling point or freezing point to accommodate varying weather conditions. Matching the mix to the current weather conditions is crucial. Your engine should be put under as little heat pressure as possible.

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Plenty of other automotive shops offer

free check engine light diagnostic test. However, those readings do not always paint the full picture.

Malfunctioning if your check engine

Clearly, something is malfunctioning if your check engine light comes on (and stays on), but it’s important to steer clear of a misdiagnosis from a free test, which could lead to unnecessary and costly part replacements.

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WHAT IS THE
COOLING SYSTEM?

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The water pump

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Upper radiator hose

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Lower radiator hose

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Anti-freeze (or coolant)

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A Maintenance Service?

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