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Radiator Repair in Greensboro, NC

If the temperature gauge on your car is running red, or if you notice smoke coming from under your hood or from your exhaust, the first thing you should do is find a safe place to park and shut off your car. Overheating can lead to critical engine failure and even result in your car catching fire. While you're letting the engine cool, you'll want to find a reliable auto mechanic to diagnose and resolve your issue. There's a good chance that either your radiator or exhaust system is malfunctioning and in need of repair. To determine the cause of your issue, you'll want an experienced auto mechanic you can trust for great service.

Count on Continental Motors Inc. for effective and affordable radiator repair in Greensboro, NC. For over 31 years, our pros have provided quality auto services at competitive prices. The quality of our work is backed by an A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau, as well as extensive and ongoing training from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) and the Automotive Service Association (ASA). Whether your overheating issue is related to your radiator, the exhaust system, or a combination of both, you can rely on us to properly identify the issue and resolve it the first time.

The Importance of Regular Radiator Service & Maintenance

It should come as no surprise that engines get hot. Engines get so hot that the pistons and cylinders can actually melt together if the system is left unchecked, effectively rendering the engine useless. This is where the radiator and the exhaust system come in. While the exhaust system relegates heat and smoke away from the engine, the engine itself is still hot from all the energy it's producing. The radiator facilitates the transfer of heat from the coolant liquid to an air exchanger, keeping the engine at the optimum temperature for efficiency and overall performance.

One of the main reasons radiators fail is because the coolant gets clogged with dirt, preventing the circulation of fluid. For this reason, you should take your vehicle to an auto mechanic for a radiator flush about every five years, 30,000 miles, or most preferably as often as your car's manufacturer suggests. Ideally, you'll want to bring your vehicle to an auto mechanic who offers great value.

Radiator Repair in Greensboro, NC

Even with regular maintenance, overheating can still occur. Common reasons include leaks in the radiator or a malfunctioning temperature gauge. In cases like these, radiator replacement or repair becomes necessary. Fortunately, radiator replacement is relatively affordable, especially when compared to engine repairs.

Contact us to receive a free estimate for radiator service from our pros. We proudly serve drivers from Greensboro, High Point, Pleasant Garden, Jamestown, and Kernersville, North Carolina.