The cooling system consists of a cooling fan, water pump, thermostat, radiator, heater core, heater valve, and various other parts…
Cooling System Flush & Fill, Cooling System Pressure Test, Replace Radiator
MB Automotive Offers Cooling System Repairs For All Volvos, Domestic & Foreign Vehicles.
Your automobile’s cooling system is critical to your engine. The various components and parts work to keep your engine from overheating. These components are:
- Radiator Cooling Fans
- Pressure Cap & Reserve Tank
- Water Pump
- Bypass System
- Freeze Plugs
- Head Gaskets & Intake Manifold Gaskets
- Heater Core
The basic concept of the cooling system for automobiles hasn’t changed much since the beginning of the automobile. The cooling system is comprised of multiple passages in the black and heads of the engine. A water pump circulates coolant and the thermostat regulates the temperature of the coolant. The radiator works to cool the coolant and the cap regulates the pressure and a series of hoses that interconnect to pass the coolant through the engine and to the radiator.
It is important that the coolant system, especially hoses and antifreeze be checked to ensure that everything is up to date and in good working order. Advanced Computer Automotive is the Southern California specialist for auto repair and maintenance. We can do a thorough check of your coolant system and perform maintenance work such as radiator flushes and replacing worn hoses.
In the event that a repair is needed, we will perform the work using only the highest quality parts and ASE-certified technicians. You don’t want someone learning auto repair using your car but a trained professional.
Volvo Radiator Service
Radiators are an important component of Volvo’s overall performance and reliability. When your Volvo’s radiator malfunctions, the overall cooling system of your Volvo will suffer and will result in the engine reaching harmful temperatures. Radiator setups in your Volvo run coolant through numerous amount of tubes working together to prevent the fluid from heating up. Heat sinks will then aid in cooling down the Volvo’s engine while the coolant appropriately feeds through the radiator’s tubes.
If your Volvo’s temperatures are irregularly high, get in touch with MB Automotive. We have the team and tools to assist you in a swift manner.
For more information, or to make an appointment contact MB Automotive at 631-328-5985