Radiator repair and services
When driving your vehicle, there are certain parts of your engine that create friction and that same friction generates heat. It can be quite a challenge to keep up with the cooling system maintenance of your vehicle. However, our friendly, trustworthy and professional team of certified mechanics at Oxford Automotive in Ohio specialize in various auto repair services, including radiator repair and radiator flush. The technicians at our three Ohio auto repair shops can keep your car in proper working order.
Purpose of cooling system
The cooling system of your vehicle is what keeps it from having a meltdown. All of the components in the cooling system work together to meet one important goal: move coolant around your engine so that it can absorb and dissipate heat. The main purpose of the cooling system is to reduce the temperature in order to help all other parts of the engine work properly.
Components of cooling system
For the standard cooling system, it is made up of the following components:
- Thermostat and housing
- Thermo-time switch
- Water pump
- Electric cooling fan
- Radiator and hoses
Radiator repair and flush
When a radiator repair and flush is performed by our technicians at Oxford Automotive in Ohio, they will inspect:
- Your fluid level
- Signs of corrosion and oxidation
- If all parts are working properly, including the thermostat and fans
- Belts and hoses for signs of fractures or leaks
- Fluids or deposit which might show indications of leaks or damages
How often does radiator need to be flushed?
A radiator flush is recommended every 2 years or every 30,000 to 50,000 miles. By not maintaining your car’s cooling system, it may result in serious damages or even a complete failure of your engine.
Schedule your next radiator repair and flush with us and our certified technicians will assist you in keeping your vehicle running for a long time!
Ready to experience our guaranteed expert service? Schedule your appointment today at one of our three Ohio locations in Powell, Delaware and Westerville!