Cooling Systems

Cooling Systems Are Important in Maintaining Your Vehicle’s Dependability and Longevity

Ric and Rocky’s Family Car Care Center is a leading auto repair specialist in Canton / Plymouth for the service, repair, and replacement of automotive cooling systems. Our certified mechanics understand how important cooling systems are to a vehicle engine’s longevity and dependability.

The primary function of auto cooling systems are to remove the heat from the engine and dissipate it to the outside air. This happens when the water pump circulates coolant throughout the engine system where it absorbs the heat before being returned to the radiator. A thermostat is used to regulate the temperature of the coolant to make sure it is consistent for maximum engine operation efficiency.

As automotive technology has advanced over the years, the cooling system has progressed with new coolant formulations and more efficient radiator designs and materials. The need to maintain the various components of the cooling system – such as the water pump, thermostat, and radiator – have become more important as cooling systems become more complex.

Repairs and maintenance of automobile cooling systems depend on a variety of factors, including: driving habits; operating conditions; type of vehicle and coolant being used; and, the frequency of scheduled maintenance like coolant changes. Possible problems with your vehicle’s cooling system may include overheating, a “sweet smell”, leaks, and the frequent need to add fluid.

Ric and Rocky’s Family Car Care Center offers a complete range of repair services for cooling systems on both foreign and domestic vehicles. The mechanics at our Canton auto service center are both certified and trained to quickly diagnose cooling systems and repair them at a reasonable cost. Our goal at Ric and Rocky’s is getting you back on the road as soon as possible.

Contact Ric and Rocky’s Family Car Care Center at (734) 414-3195 to schedule your next vehicle’s cooling system checkup or stop by our Canton service center.

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