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Every internal combustion engine generates a tremendous amount of heat. This heat must be contained to prevent the moving parts from getting too hot. It is the engine’s cooling system that is tasked with the important job of keeping the engine running at the optimum temperature. The cooling system monitors engine temperatures and keeps the end from overheating.
When the engine temperature is too high, the cooling system begins circulating coolant fluid to dissipate heat away from the engine. Several primary components work together to cool the engine including the water pump, thermostat, coolant fluid, hoses, radiator, and fan. Any problems with these components will threaten the performance of the engine cooling system, which means that the engine will run hotter than usual with the ultimate consequence being engine overheating.
When the engine runs at the factory-specified temperature, the benefits are smooth driving, maximum fuel efficiency, reliability, and reduced operating costs. With the consequences of inadequate engine cooling being so significant, the relative cost of cooling system Service is easily offset by the benefits of an engine cooling system at peak performance.
Here are the most common warning signs associated with engine cooling system problems:
At Bryden Motors our certified technicians know that this time of the year is an excellent opportunity to schedule cooling system service to ensure peak engine cooling before summer’s sizzling temperatures set into the Beloit region. Schedule cooling service today, and one of our certified technicians will drain the old coolant fluid and replace it with fresh coolant fluid to restore peak engine cooling to your vehicle. The entire cooling system will be cleaned with each primary component inspected to ensure that it is in good condition.