Church's Auto Parts: Replacing Your Radiator
Is your car overheating? Does your temperature gauge show your engine is running hot? As cold weather in Ridley Park sets in or mild summer days turn into scorchers its time to start thinking about your radiator.
It is no exaggeration to say that your cooling system prevents total engine failure. Servicing your radiator regularly helps avoid costly auto repair services down the road.
Tip: How to stay on top of car radiator maintenance
- Each time you get an oil change ask us to check your coolant, or radiator fluid to ensure it is filled at all times.
- When you are ready to winterize your car ask us about flushing and filling your radiator. At Church's Auto Parts we are always happy to help.
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Pro Tip: Why Isn't My Heater Working?
Your radiator is the key component in your engine's cooling system. It regulates the temperature of your engine and keeps the car from overheating on simple drives and from failing to run in cold weather. But, if your car heater isn't warming up properly, it may be more than just a radiator problem.
Car repairs such as replacing a bad thermostat that isn't allowing the engine to properly warm-up, opening a blocked heating core or fixing a broken blower fan can resolve common problems that cause your car's heater to fail. But don't worry, often radiator and car heater repairs are simple to diagnose and can be done using a straightforward process.
Dan T., 05/13/2020
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