Heating and Cooling System
Your car’s radiator is the most important part of its engine’s cooling system. The primary role of the radiator is to release some of the engine’s heat while taking in cool air before continuing to pass the rest of the engine. Essentially, your radiator is how your car cools itself. Mr. Transmission Milex mechanics understand the inner workings of your car’s radiator and cooling system.
Why Maintenance & Repairs Matter
In order to prevent breakdowns and costly repairs, it is necessary to get regular preventive maintenance on your cooling systems. Over time, engine coolant can break down and become contaminated, causing clogging and overheating. Most vehicle manufacturers recommend changing the coolant on a regular basis and it should also be checked with every oil change service. You can trust the experts at Mr. Transmission Milex for those services. Our friendly expert mechanics will thoroughly clean the cooling system and replace your engine coolant, making your car road ready once more.
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When it comes to your car’s cooling system, you can count on Milex. We take the time and care that this crucial car component demands. Every vehicle from domestic to foreign, as well as hybrid, diesel, four-wheel drive, and luxury automobiles are serviced with the same attention to detail.
For more information about our radiator and cooling system services, find your nearest Milex today.
FAQs about Cooling System
What are the components of your cooling system?
The system consists of a water pump, cooling fan, coolant reservoir, radiator, thermostat and hoses.
When should you have your cooling system serviced?
If your vehicle has experienced overheating, you should have it inspected immediately. A cooling system service is also recommended at regular intervals according to your vehicle’s specifications. Hoses should also be checked frequently and replaced as required.
What are typical problems that you see with cooling systems?
The most common form of wear and tear within the cooling system is the aging of the coolant and hoses. As the coolant ages, the compounds within it break down and cannot effectively cool the engine. Old coolant can also cause corrosion of the system components.