Cooling System Repair

cooling system, Kremer ServicesSitting on the side of the road with a vehicle that has overheated is something we hope you never have to experience.  To prevent this unfortunate moment, regular inspections and following the recommended mileage interval for factory scheduled maintenance is our recommendation. If you do not know what your recommended service interval is for your particular vehicle, just give us a call and we can provide that information.  Regular coolant flushes & inspections are an inexpensive service that can prevent expensive repairs caused by engine damage from overheating.

Here is some more information about your vehicle’s cooling system…..

 

Typical Cooling System Components

  • Pressure cap
  • Radiator
  • Transmission cooler
  • Water pump
  • Fan
  • Thermostat
  • Reservoir tank
  • Heater core
  • Rubber Hoses

Signs of Overheating

  • The temperature gauge. If you notice your engine is running hotter than normal, it’s time for an inspection.
  • Check to see if any green, orange, or yellow fluid is leaking from under your vehicle. If it is you are probably losing coolant and should get it inspected.
  • Squealing noise when engine RPM increases. This could mean a loose belt which would cause poor circulation of the water pump.