Radiator ServicesRunning Hot Under The Hood?

Cooling system failure is the number one cause of engine breakdowns on the highway. A little maintenance can go a long way to preventing a potentially expensive engine problem and a lot of inconvenience for you and your family.

Signs Of Overheating

Keep an eye out for the following signs and symptoms; your car or truck may be telling you it needs a little cooling system care:

  • Dashboard temperature gauge shows the car is in the red or running hot.
  • Any colored fluid is leaking from the engine.
  • Steam is coming from the engine.
  • Car engine smells “hot”.
  • Engine belts and hoses are more than 5 years old
    - Or are showing signs of wear, such as cracking.
  • Auto manual recommends maintenance
    - Such as replacement of anti-freeze.

At Longlife Automotive, our ASE-certified master technicians will perform a professional inspection of the system and provide you with a complete analysis of the current conditions and the estimated cost of repair.

The Diagnosis and Service

So what might be causing your vechicle to overheat? It could be one of many cooling system componments.

Here's Is What We'll Check

  • Coolant Flush
  • Coolant Filter
  • Coolant Pump
  • Coolant Reservoir
  • Temperature Sensor
  • Coolant Thermostat
  • Cooling Fan Repair
  • Heater Core Flush
  • Heater Core Leaks
  • Heater Core Repair
  • Heater Hose Repairs
  • Oil Coolers
  • Radiator Cap
  • Radiator Coolant
  • Radiator Fan
  • Radiator Hoses
  • Radiator Leak Repair
  • Radiator RRLAY
  • Radiator Repair
  • Thermostat Replacement
  • Water Pump Belt
  • Water Pump
  • Water Pump Hose
  • Water Pump Leaks