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1075 Fewster Dr, Mississauga, Unit #5 ON L4W 1A2

647-977-7752

info@tigerautorepair.ca

Sa: 9 AM – 5 PM | Mo -Fr: 8 AM - 6 PM

Sa : 9 AM – 5 PM | Mo - Fr : 8 AM - 6 PM
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1075 Fewster Dr, Mississauga, Unit #5 ON L4W 1A2

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Address 1075 Fewster Dr, Mississauga, Unit #5 ON L4W 1A2
Contact Phone 647-977-7752
Opening Hours Sa&Su : 9 AM – 5 PM | Mo - Fr : 8 AM - 6 PM

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    Cooling System Repairs

    Cooling Systems Repair & Services

    Without a way to cool off your engine, your vehicle wouldn’t be able to perform properly. By itself an engine would become too hot and wouldn’t function due to the extreme heat it produces.

    Antifreeze/Coolant

    Antifreeze is combined half and half with water and flows through your radiator and engine to help keep everything at the right temperature. However like all liquids, antifreeze will eventually break down. This is why Silvhorn recommends you change your antifreeze every two years or 26,000 kilometers. This is often called a flush and fill.

    Cooling Fan

    Your cooling fan is responsible for pumping air throughout the radiator so it can release hot engine heat into the surrounding air. If your fan ever malfunctions or stops, your engine can quickly overheat, resulting in serious engine problems. At Silvhorn Automotive, we inspect your cooling fan to make sure the drive belt or fan belt is working properly and isn’t loose or cracked.

    Pressure Cap

    The pressure cap also known as the radiator cap is located on the radiator or coolant reservoir. Your pressure cap should be checked at least once a year for cracks and should be performed by a trained mechanic.

    Coolant Reservoir

    The coolant reservoir checks the levels of coolant in the system. This should be checked every time you come in for an oil change.

    Thermostat

    Your thermostat is a gauge that regulates the flow of coolant due to coolant temperature. A thermostat that doesn’t work properly can result in your engine to overheat without you realizing.

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