Think it might be time for a radiator flush? The experts at AA Auto Tech in Hastings, Minnesota discuss how to determine when it’s time to flush your old coolant.
Like all other auto parts, the radiator in your vehicle requires maintenance and care to perform as it should for several years. The radiator’s primary function is to keep the engine cool so that it does not overheat.
During both the winter and summer seasons, you need to bring your car into the AA Auto Tech service center so that a car mechanic can inspect your cooling system. It’s during both the hot and freezing periods of the year when your cooling system is most vulnerable. By keeping current with fresh coolant and undergoing any leak repair, we can help you avoid significant auto repair issues such as transmission replacement or engine replacement.
Your car’s radiator is responsible for keeping your car’s engine cool while it’s in use. The radiator is part of a cooling system that also includes the thermostat, water pump, and liquid coolant. The radiator distributes the coolant and keeps it at an optimal temperature during operation. An AA Auto Tech car mechanic can inspect your car’s radiator to ensure that it is in top working condition. We can also repair or replace the radiator if necessary.
During the winter months, it can be cold in your car. So in order to stay warm, you turn on your heater. But if it is cold out and you turn the heater on and no hot air comes on, you may find yourself wondering why and what you should do. Here are a few reasons why the heater in your car is not blowing warm air.