It’s the middle of winter and the coolant low-level warning light in your Volvo appears. What do you do? You should replace it quickly, right? Why?
Coolant, also known as anti-freeze, is important all year round, especially in today’s climate. It is one of the most vital fluids needed to keep your engine operating smoothly. Mixed with distilled water, coolant works with your car’s radiator to ensure the engine does not overheat in the summer or freeze in the winter. Think of it this way, coolant to your car is what water is to your body.
Coolant should also be flushed and replaced every 30,000 miles to prevent clogs and buildup. If your coolant is low, there could be a chance of a leak. When was the last time you’ve had your fluids checked? Give us a call today and let us take a look for you!