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What’s Included in Coolant Flush Service?

Protecting Your Engine with Coolant Flush Service

To keep your Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, or Ram running like new, it needs routine maintenance like oil changes and coolant fluid service. With the standard engine coolant flush service at Spitzer CDJR Homestead, our factory-trained and certified technicians remove old coolant to replace it with fresh coolant.

The Importance of Engine Coolant Flush Service

Vehicles with combustion engines have cooling systems that keep the friction from building up too much heat. The special mixture of water and coolant fluid picks up road debris, scale, and rust. Without a fluid exchange, the contaminated coolant eventually will clog and damage your vehicle’s engine components.

All of the vehicles in our lineup need regularly scheduled coolant service every few years. When you bring your Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, or Ram to our service center, our knowledgeable service advisors help build your vehicle’s service history and can recommend when it needs coolant flush service. The manufacturer’s coolant flush schedule is also included in your vehicle’s owner’s manual.

What is a Coolant Flush Service?

Your high-tech engine needs routine maintenance. When you trust the factory-trained and ASE-certified technicians at Spitzer CDJR Homestead with your vehicle’s service needs, you can actually extend the life of your car, truck, or SUV. With routine service, you keep your vehicle’s warranty valid, too.

When you bring your car in for engine coolant flush service, our technicians drain the fluid, clean the contaminants from the system, and refill it with the recommended mixture of water and coolant. With our Mopar-approved method, your engine will continue running at its peak, even during the Florida summer heat.

The newest models have several sensors that alert the driver when your engine needs service. Some of those sensors recognize when coolant flush service is needed. A dash light will illuminate, and when it does, we recommend bringing your vehicle in for an inspection and a radiator system flush.

Driving in hot weather and stop-and-go conditions increases your vehicle’s cooling system needs. Most manufacturers recommend radiator flush service every 40,000 to 50,000 miles. But in Florida, you might want an antifreeze coolant system and water pump service more frequently than recommended by your vehicle manufacturer.

Why Choose Spitzer CDJR Homestead for a Coolant Flush

At Spitzer CDJR Homestead, we offer convenient online scheduling for your next coolant flush service. Our factory-trained technicians and helpful service advisors can help you understand when your vehicle needs engine coolant service. During your coolant flush service, our technicians will also conduct a multi-point inspection to help you stay up-to-date on your vehicle’s maintenance needs. When you schedule your appointment, we invite you to check out our service specials for money-saving discounts on routine maintenance.

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