Car Cooling System Service in San Antonio
A broken radiator or faulty water pump can quickly overheat your car. Cool things off when Full Service Master Car Care in San Antonio provides water pump replacement and radiator repair. We have the tools and knowledge to keep your car's cooling system at the correct operating temperature.
The car cooling system is composed of the radiator, the water pump, the cooling fan, and other key components. When any of these fail, you have big problems. Some of the most common cooling components we service, repair, or replace:
- Radiators & Water Pumps
- Hoses, Clamps, & Belts
- Reserve Tanks
- Transmission Cooler
- Fan Clutches & Blades
- Heater Core
- Pressure Cap
San Antonio Car Radiator Repair: Keeping Your Car Cool
A small car cooling system leak can cause a big engine repair problem. From cracked engine heads to warped valves and other damages, you could be looking at hundreds of dollars in repairs. If your car is piping hot or your radiator has sprung a leak, stop the car and get immediate car radiator repair at our San Antonio shop. We know just what to do to cool things off again.
Radiator Flush & Replacement in San Antonio
Flush away the rust, dirt, and gunk at Full Service Master Car Care that provides radiator flush services. We remove the old, ineffective coolant and add new coolant to provide better cooling for your engine. However, if you have significant leaks, you'll need radiator replacement at our San Antonio car care center. It's a relatively basic procedure that is also affordable.
Water Pump Replacement in San Antonio
When there is water leaking under your car, it's a good idea to see where it's coming from. If it's not the AC system or the radiator, it's probably a water pump issue. Whether it's a leak around the gasket or another issue, we have the skills and tools to provide complete water pump replacement in San Antonio.
Contact us for a radiator replacement if your old one has sprung a leak and is beyond repair.
We proudly serve customers in San Antonio, Castle Hills, Alamo Heights, Bulverde, and Balcones Heights.