Radiator Repair

Your vehicle’s cooling system needs to workproperly to avoid overheating, avoid waste of fuel and ultimately to avoid damage to your engine.
If your radiator, colling system or air charger are not working properly, it will overheat your engine and or decrease in fuel mileage, even when the ambient temperatures drop below the freezing mark.

Leaky radiators are a problem. When a radiator starts leaking you need to add coolant frequently, otherwise you could experience overheating, decrease of gas mileage or ultimately the melting of your engine. A leaky radiator will leave ugly stains, wherever you park. The coolant leak can cause environmental damage and will double the stress of your cooling system because of wildly fluctuating coolant levels.

Recore: If after pressure testing, we find that the radiator core is too weak to hold up under normal operating conditions or it has been damaged beyond repair, a new core must be installed.

Rebuilt: Rebuilt is when a radiator needs a good cleaning and total reconstruction which includes: Cleaning, reinforcing, testing and repairing. This service includes a 30 to 90 day warranty.
New Complete Radiators: 18 wheelers, trucks, automotive, foreign and domestic includes one year manufacturer’s limited warranty.

Rod Out: After the radiator is disassembled, the most common procedure to unclog a restricted radiator internally, is to insert a steel rod tool thru every tube on the core to ensure no water flow restrictions. This procedure is done to all radiators in general. Afterwards, the radiator is assembled, pressure tested, inspected and repaired as needed. Finally the radiator is stamped for warranty and painted.
Steam Clean: Steam clean is the process of cleaning your radiator internally and externally to remove dirt, oil, grease, or any other debris.

Flush: The radiator is cleaned internally by using a powerful flush gun.

Radiator Pressure Test: When the source of the leak is not visible at first sight we perform a radiator pressure test to know exactly where the leak is. A radiator pressure test will pin point the leak for the repair procedure.