Auto 8 Services
Refreshes your engine coolant to help ensure that your radiator protects your engine as efficiently as possible
Helps prevent overheating now – and major engine damage later
Engines overheat due to problems with the vehicle’s coolant, thermostat, and the radiator itself:
Radiator systems can leak for many reasons, such as corrosion or impact from small rocks and road debris.
Sediments and foreign objects in the radiator, head gasket, and other spots can prevent coolant from circulating.
The engine thermostat can fail or become locked in the closed position.
These include the water pump and radiator fan.
Take advantage of Auto 8 Courtesy Check
Alert drivers can pull over before the engine actually overheats.
A bright-green, sweet-smelling stain on your driveway or garage floor.
The most dramatic sign of a cooling system failure is, of course, white steam rising from under your hood: your engine is already overheating.
Not to be confused with the white steam of an overheating engine, white smoke from your tailpipe suggests that your engine is burning coolant. Catastrophic engine damage is a possibility.
When an engine cooling system fails, the engine will overheat, stranding you and your passengers on the side of the road. If the vehicle is driven while overheated (or suffers specific types of coolant leaks or other damage) the resulting engine damage may generate a repair cost that exceeds the cost of an older vehicle.