How Do I Properly Maintain My Car's Engine Cooling System?

The cooling system is a very important system within your vehicle that helps to keep your engine cool and clean while running. A problem with the cooling system can mean major problems with your engine - and engine repairs can become costly. This is why it is so vital to maintain your vehicle's cooling system and make sure that it is always working at its best. 

One way you can ensure that you care your car's cooling system is by having your vehicle regularly inspected by the professionals here at Haglin Automotive. Regular inspections will allow us to catch any cooling system issues early on and prevent major problems from occurring. 

Another way to care of your vehicle's cooling system is to be more aware of how your vehicle runs and to make sure that if you ever notice your engine is overheating or running roughly that you have your car inspected as soon as possible. 

Having a cooling system service at recommended intervals is also important. Not only is coolant flushed and exchanged, but we also check hoses, the water pump, and the radiator to ensure that all of these vital parts are working properly. 

A cooling system fluid exchange will consist of taking out the old coolant and essentially flushing the system with cleaner to clean out grime and dirt build-up and make sure the hoses are clear to properly circulate coolant. Afterwards, fresh fluid is added back into the chamber. 

If it has been a while since your last cooling system service or you notice that your engine is running hotter than usual, don't hesitate to bring your car into the experts here at Haglin Automotive today!

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