Every Honda model with an internal combustion engine also has an engine cooling system that helps the engine run within the recommended operating temperature range by absorbing engine heat and releasing it away from the engine bay. The engine cooling system has several essential parts including the water pump and coolant fluid. The water pump circulates coolant fluid through the engine absorbing heat and carrying it to the radiator where it is blown out the engine compartment.
Engine cooling is a vital performance task; without coolant fluid, the engine will overheat within minutes. If your vehicle begins experiencing any of the symptoms of defective engine cooling, it is an excellent decision to schedule coolant fluid exchange.
Putting off the warning signs of a coolant fluid problem is asking for big trouble due to the consequences of defective engine cooling. Prior to a vehicle taking heat damage due to faulty coolant fluid, there are usually warning signs that show up alerting about the problem.
At the Muller Honda of Gurnee Service Department, service starts with a Certified Technician, state-of-the-art facility, and Honda OEM Coolant Fluid. The certified technician drains the old coolant fluid while inspecting the physical integrity of the entire cooling system including all primary components. If the cooling system passes inspection, the certified technician installs fresh Honda OEM Coolant to from our Parts Department.