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Cooling System Testing & Service in Elk Grove

Naturally, your car's engine will produce a lot of heat when running. If its temperature isn’t regulated while running, it can lead to overheating and serious engine damage, corrosion, and other extensive issues. To combat this excessive heat, your vehicle has a cooling system that helps control the engine’s temperature and prevents overheating from occurring.

Your car's cooling system is quite complex and is made up of a cooling fan, thermostat, radiator, hoses, and water pumps, to mention a few. All these components work together to maintain the engine operating at optimum temperatures. For instance, the cooling fan is located at your vehicle's front, turns when the coolant heats up, and stops when the coolant returns to normal temperatures.

On the other hand, the water pump pushes the coolant to the engine, which keeps your engine clean and prevents friction between the moving parts. A faulty water pump means no coolant supply to the engine, which leads to overheating and other engine problems. Fortunately, like any other problem with the cooling system, a broken water pump is nothing our professionals at Elk Grove Transmission and Auto Repair can't handle.

Small and unnoticeable issues within the cooling system are like slow killers to the engine. That is why we at Elk Grove Transmission and Auto Repair recommend that you bring in your vehicle for routine inspection and maintenance. To do this, we encourage you to pay attention to your vehicle's manufacturer service recommendations. Catching issues early on can save you time and money on extensive engine repairs.

Here are some of the signs you should look out for that can indicate a cooling system problem:

  • Constant Car Overheating
  • Leaking Coolant
  • Poor Gas Mileage
  • You Notice Steam Emanating from Under the Hood
  • The Coolant Looks Burnt or Dirty
  • Low Coolant Levels

Whatever your car's air cooling problem is, our ASE Certified technicians are at your service. They will perform a cooling system test to help them identify exactly which component is at fault. They will then provide the necessary repair or replacement promptly and accurately. What's more, all qualified services offered at our auto repair shop come with a 3-year or 36,000-mile warranty.

If you need cooling system repair in Elk Grove, CA, don't hesitate to bring your vehicle to seasonal car repair professionals here at Elk Grove Transmission and Auto Repair today!

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