Cooling System Failure is one of the top causes of roadside breakdown.

Antifreeze/Coolant is like medicine for your car. To say your engine is hot when it’s running is a colossal understatement. Its internal temperature can reach more than 1400° F. Antifreeze/Coolant (which is the same fluid) is your engine’s buffer, its protective shield against the blast furnace it works in. It keeps your engine from literally melting. And in winter, this wonder fluid can keep your engine from turning into ice.

How does antifreeze/coolant work?

The cooling system consists of a radiator, water pump, hoses, fan(s), heater, thermostat and engine coolant. The cooling system removes excess heat from the engine block and heads, keeps the engine operating and its most efficient temperature, and gets the engine up to the correct temperature as soon as possible after starting.