Our Heavy-Duty Truck Coolant System Repair Services:
Your coolant system is responsible for keeping your truck’s engine and transmission at adequate operating temperatures at all times. This is done by absorbing radiant heat using radiators, oil coolers, and transmission fluid coolers. Although coolant systems are self-contained and rarely need maintenance, repairs can sometimes be a necessity. It doesn’t take much more than road debris to strike your radiator fun to cause your engine to overheat. If you’re dealing with overheating problems, be sure to call us right away. An engine that overheats for a prolonged period of time is at a higher risk of catastrophic damage.
Malfunctioning Coolant System Symptoms
Overheating is the most common and obvious symptom of a malfunctioning coolant system. After all, overheating is what your coolant system is supposed to prevent. This particular symptom can be caused by anything from a damaged radiator fan to a malfunctioning water pump. Fortunately for anyone dealing with this issue, we here at Truck Zone are coolant system experts. We know the ins and outs of these systems better than anyone else in the industry.
Unexplained Coolant Loss
If your system is losing coolant but you can’t find a leak, chances are your coolant is boiling away. Over time, coolant loses its ability to absorb heat and starts to boil away instead. Fortunately, this is a very easy fix. By replacing the coolant, radiant heat will once again be absorbed, and the unexplained coolant loss will stop. For all your coolant flush needs, we here at Truck Zone are here to help.
Want to hear more about our coolant system services? Call us today to learn more or to schedule an appointment.