Tag Archives: Radiator Flush

Engine Failure Can Be Prevented

Routine maintenance that includes oil changes and coolant flushes can prevent expensive car or truck repairs and engine failure. The last thing anyone needs at any time, but especially on a three-day holiday weekend, is for their car or truck engine to completely fail. Replacing an engine is typically one of the most expensive, if…
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Before You Get All Steamed Up

Get your water pump checked out. You’ve been looking forward to this weekend’s Midwest Stand Up Paddle Festival not just to watch but to try your hand – or paddle – at learning about SUP. But from the looks of the leak under your car or truck, you think you might be paddling your vehicle…
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Summertime’s Here – Keep Your Engine Cool

Overheating is a major cause of car or truck breakdowns. Today’s a big day – the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year. Well, actually the day is still 24 hours long, as always, but the difference is that today is the longest period of daylight (or sunlight) in a 24-hour day. It’s coincidentally…
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A Broken Radiator Can Make You Steam

Regular Maintenance Can Prevent Most Radiator Problems Many internal combustion engines use liquids to keep their cool. A radiator is the device that gets that job done. The radiator is connected to channels in the engine which have a liquid, or coolant – usually a mix of water and antifreeze – flowing through them. The…
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