The cooling system is made up of a cooling fan, pump, thermostat, heat sink, heat valve and a number of other components, which function together specifically to dissipate and remove warmth from the engine of a vehicle. The cooling system of your car decreases your engine’s temperature and avoids potential overheating. In various locations in the motor of your car, excess heat will develop. The thermostat opens up to the generator, which releases antifreeze, which allows the circulatory flow to consume excess heat, if the motor exceeds the highest operational temperamental level. Anti-freeze also guarantees that other motor fluids do not boil or freeze. After the antifreeze flows through the motor, it returns to the heater, where it escapes excess heat from the radiator’s walls. The cooling fan cools the antifreeze and is ready for the recirculation of additional heat to the motor.

Anti-freeze decomposes over time and loses effectiveness. Old antifreeze can lead to corrosion if not drained and replaced. In a cooling system that flush and fill, the anti-freeze is drained from the radiator, the cooling system is flushed and the radicals are filled with fresh anti-freezing. The cooling fan of the refrigeration system circulates air through the radiator and exceeds heat from the motor. If the cooling fan fails, the engine will overheat the car. Our experts monitor the refrigeration fan for damage and the fan belt for cracks during a cooling system operation inspection. Since it cools down the antifreeze, the radiator may lead to a large engine failure by a leak or a damaged radiatorshose. It will circulate in the refreshment system. One way to monitor possible leaks or damage to the radiator is a radiator pressure test. In the end it may lead to a possible radiation replacement and significant engine failure to maintain a basic cooling system and radiator.

Common symptoms of your car Engine Cooling System not working properly.

    • Thermostat
    • Upper hose
    • Radiator
    • Fan
    • Water pump
    • Transmission cooler
    • Lower hose
    • Reserve tank
    • Heater core
    • Heater hoses
    • Pressure cap

These are all heart and soul components of the engine and can seriously harm the motor if they don’t work as required.

What makes you understand that it is the time for Engine cooling system repair?

  • If the car is overheated
  • When the moving car stops automatically
  • The heat exhausts steam
  • Your AC car doesn’t activate or disable
  • The light on the panel is on
  • The coolant is disappearing.

You will get the best service of Engine cooling system repair at ATMG. Due to the vital effect of the cooling system on a proper transmitting process, ATMG trained technicians are committed to serving the surroundings, have years of working experience with radiators, thermostats, and the entire cooling system. The coolant is flushed periodically and refilled for better motor output. They keep the radiator of your car up-to-date and dig deep to diagnose the engine with any issue.