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Coolant System Flush

Your vehicle's engine cooling system is essential for your car to function properly, and a coolant system flush should be part of the maintenance plan. With time, dirt, rust particles or other pollutants can accumulate in the cooler assembly making it no longer proficient at keeping your motor operating at its ideal temperatures. A coolant drain not only eliminates these contaminants but swaps out aged liquid with fresh new fluid to keep things running smoothly.

 

Why a Coolant System Flush Is Important

Keep Your Engine Healthy: The cooling system in your vehicle is responsible for regulating the heat produced by its engine. If pollutants block this system, it can impede its performance and result in overheating and other issues that could harm your car's motor. With regular maintenance of the coolant system, you can safeguard against a host of complications and keep your engine running optimally!

Corrosion: Over time, rust and other corrosion can accumulate in your car's cooling system and cause irreversible damage to its engine. A coolant flush is the safest way to remove any buildup of corrosion, ensuring that you can maximize the life of your vehicle’s engine for years to come.

Saves Money: Performing a coolant system flush is an inexpensive and simple maintenance task that can end up saving you money down the road. By keeping your engine running optimally, potential costly repairs are prevented - making this procedure a smart investment for your vehicle's long-term health.

 

How much does it cost to do a coolant flush?

Depending on the model, make and kind of coolant you need for your vehicle along with labor costs in your vicinity, prices may differ when it comes to a coolant flush. However, an estimate lies between $120-$250 which is quite reasonable all things considered!

 

What are the signs that you need a coolant flush?

Engine Overheating: Is your engine experiencing abnormally high temperatures? It could be a sign that you need to flush out the old coolant and replace it with fresh fluids.

Rust Buildup: Have you noticed rust or sediment accumulating in your coolant? If so, it may be time to flush the system. Buildup of these elements can increase the chances of radiators or cooling systems becoming clogged and lead to overheating.

Low Coolant Levels: If you are frequently topping off your coolant or experience an unexpected drop in its quantity, it's likely time to change the entire supply.

Beware of pungent smells: If you sense a sweet, sugary odor coming from your engine, it could be an indicator that there is an underlying coolant leak. To prevent further harm to the car engine, schedule for a coolant flush as soon as possible!

Discolored Coolant: If you see discolored coolent, it may be time to give your engine a good flush. Coolant can break down gradually and lose its effectiveness over time, but an occasional flushing and replacement of new coolant will help keep your car running smoothly!

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