A Long Lasting Cooling System For Norfolk, Ne DrivingJun 20th, 2013
Our vehicles operate in a wide range of outside temperatures in Ne. That's why vehicle manufacturers use testing grounds from the frozen tundra to the blistering desert. Your engine coolant must be able to perform in these extreme temperatures, even if we don't always get the extremes in Norfolk, Ne.
Coolant has to move heat away from the engine to prevent costly damage. Water does a very good job of holding heat, but it freezes at 32 degrees F, 0 degrees C.
That's why we mix anti-freeze with water - it lowers the freezing point of the coolant and raises the boiling point as well. A 50/50 blend of water and antifreeze is the usual recommendation from Full Throttle Service.
And on top of that, coolant has to protect the components of the cooling system from corrosion. Your owner's manual will tell you what kind of coolant you should use. Of course, your Full Throttle Service service representative in Norfolk Ne will know what to put in your car.
Coolant system failure is the most common mechanical problem people have. Much of that can be avoided by following factory scheduled service intervals. Check your owner's manual or ask your service advisor at Full Throttle Service for recommendations. We can also conduct a cooling system inspection to look for leaks, weak hoses or bad connections.
Give us a call at 402-379-1855, or stop by Full Throttle Service at 1102 1/2 Riverside Blvd Norfolk, Ne 68701.
Full Throttle Service
1102 1/2 Riverside Blvd
Norfolk, Ne 68701
At Full Throttle Service we install quality NAPA replacement parts.