If your car runs hot, you may need to have your cooling system services. The most important and effective way to ensure your cooling system stays in top shape is to make sure the system is clean. Here at Norwood Auto Service Center, Inc., we can clean your cooling system to help it run cool.
Over time, your vehicle’s radiator can build solid deposits which can result in clogged pipes and lines within the cooling system. A quick radiator flush at Norwood Auto Service Center, Inc. can solve this problem and keep your cooling system in shape.
Another component within your cooling system is antifreeze. It is important to remember to change your antifreeze seasonally. The experts at Norwood Auto Service Center, Inc. can help you change your antifreeze to ensure your vehicle’s system does not freeze up with cold weather strikes.
If a problem with your cooling system extends beyond a simple flush or replacement, our team can diagnose the problem. We can perform a pressure test to determine if your radiator’s pressure is correct. If the pressure test determines that it is not correct, we will check your cooling system’s caps, hoses and connections to determine if any of these components need to be replaced or repaired. If we determine that they do need to be replaced or repaired, we can give you a fair, honest quote on parts and labor.
From simple pressure tests to full radiator replacements, you can trust the team at Norwood Auto Service Center, Inc. for excellent cooling system service.
WHAT OUR ASE CERTIFIED TECHNICIANS DO
The following components are inspected. Their condition is recorded and compared to manufacturer’s specs. Recommendations are made per the Motorist Assurance Program Uniform Inspection Guidelines:
HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS
- Visual Inspection
- Interior controls and blower
- Radiator coolant level, hoses, pressure cap and thermostat
- The A/C compressor belt for condition and tension
- Leaks or other damage
- Component condition, leaks or damage
Heating and Air Conditioning Tests
- Pressure test engine cooling system
- A/C system pressures are measured and compared to manufacturer’s specifications
- A/C system is leak tested
- Both the heater and A/C are performance tested by checking the outlet air temperature at the discharge vents