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cooling system repairs and service in Gilbertsville and Boyertown, Pa.

Posted on Saturday, November 25, 2017
By: david graber
Categories: Kia  |  Buick  |  pontiac  |  coolant  |  chevrolet  |  ford  |  chrysler  |  dodge  |  honda  |  subaru  |  toyota


A Older senior female customer brought her 1988 Buick Regal in for a coolant leak. Our mechanic Found coolant leaking pass a head bolt that had rotted off. Removed the heads and had to extract the broken Bolt from the block.  With todays cars, It is very important to change the coolant and flush the sustem at or before 100,000 miles. When the coolant starts to break down and the PHA factor in the coolant isn't within spec's, this is when it starts doing harm to the engine, water pump, radiator,  hose's and heater core.  Please share this with your friends. Please visit our web site at Call 610-367-1844 for repairs and service.

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