Corrosion takes place inside your engine when the cooling system is not flushed regularly. We use high quality original equipment coolant based on manufacturing type.
Look at the pictures, please inquire during your next visit if the cooling system has been flushed within the last three years. Corroded head gaskets and other parts will start leaking and on todays high tech engines the repairs will be costly.
A coolant flush will:
- Remove corrosion and deposits from your cooling system
- New antifreeze has corrosion inhibitors
- Old antifreeze is removed, system is flushed, and replenished with new. This will help the engine run at the proper operating temperature and prevent freezing.
- The boiling point is raised with new coolant and can prevent overheating.
An overall inspection of the cooling system helps to find weak points to preventeventual breakdowns. Please call us if you are not sure when your
cooling system had been serviced.
We have repair history performed on
your vehicle at TGA in our database.
Cabin Air Filter Replacement
The cabin air filter cleans the air you breathe. Many drivers are not even aware that their vehicle is equipped with a cabin filter system.
The cabin air filter, a feature found on most late-model vehicles, cleans the air that comes into the interior through the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system. It catches dust, pollen and other airborne material that can make riding in a car unpleasant, particularly if you have allergies or other respiratory problems. Moving vehicles create a “tunnel effect” that causes pollutants inside the vehicle to reach up to six times the concentration of outside air.
High quality cabin air filters clean the air entering the passenger cabin via HVAC system and have the ability to clean 100 percent of pollutants including pollen and road dust. Some signs that you need a new cabin air filter are reduced air flow through your HVAC system, such as when you crank up the fan too high and you get more noise than results.
We recommend to look at the filter at least once a Year or every 12 to 15,000 miles.
Depending on how long the filter has been in service, you might be shocked at what you see: leaves, twigs, insects, soot and grime that literally cover the entire surface that comes in contact with incoming air you’ll breathe.