1. ENGINE OVERHEATING
Overheating can cause your engine to ping and lose power. It can also damage the rings, pistons and rod bearings. If this causes pistons to swell, your cylinders can also be damaged possibly leading to you needing to replace your engine.
2. LEAKING UNDER CAR
If you find coolant under your car, chances are you have a problem with your radiator cap, a leaky radiator, or a head gasket problem. You should also be concerned if you are constantly having to top off your coolant even if your car is not overheating.
FLUSH EVERY TWO YEARS
COOLANT LOSES PROTECTIVE PROPERTIES AFTER 24 MONTHS
PROTECT YOUR CAR BY FLUSHING YOUR RADIATOR
3. CORROSION IN RESERVOIR
Your antifreeze does much more than cool your car. It helps prevent wear and tear on bearings and other auto parts by providing lubricants and anti-corrosion capabilities. But, over time the anti-corrosion properties of your antifreeze become less effective. Parts that it is intended to protect start to corrode and you begin seeing corrosion in your radiator's reservoir.
Let Brown's Radiator qualified technicians diagnose and repair your cooling system. We evaluate and fix your radiator, thermostat, water pump, belts and much more. Our service locates and eliminates problems as well as providing you with preventive maintenance services that can save you lots of money. Our evaluation can detect leaky water pump seals that may be the first sign larger troubles are just around the corner.