Keeping your cool is easier when your engine is cool. Schedule your 2013 Chevrolet Captiva Sport radiator repair or service today.
When do 2013 Chevrolet Captiva Sport radiators need service or repair?
Maintenance check at 150000 miles for your 2013 Chevrolet Captiva Sport LS
Maintenance check at 150000 miles for your 2013 Chevrolet Captiva Sport LTZ
Maintenance check at 150000 miles for your 2013 Chevrolet Captiva Sport LT
If you’re not sure what the purpose of a radiator is, it’s hard to tell when to have your Chevrolet Captiva Sport radiator serviced. Nonetheless, it’s vital to know what to look for. Your radiator is part of the cooling system. It helps regulate engine temperature. So, what happens when the radiator isn’t working quite like it should? You guessed it – your engine overheats, and it may even break down completely.
Regular, proactive service on the radiator in your 2013 Chevrolet Captiva Sport is crucial to keep your engine in the best possible shape for years to come. To keep your radiator functioning, Chevrolet recommends replacing your antifreeze or coolant at scheduled intervals but it’s also wise to keep an eye out for signs of a failing radiator. Your radiator could be close to causing an engine breakdown if you notice leaking coolant, overheating, or an illuminated low coolant dashboard light. As soon as you see one of these symptoms, come to your nearest Firestone Complete Auto Care for a Courtesy Check.
What does radiator repair include? At Firestone Complete Auto Care, we start by performing a thorough inspection of your Chevrolet Captiva Sport cooling system. We then do a machine-powered radiator exchange, replenish flushed chemicals, sealants, and lubricants, and then pressure check for leaks.
Issues with your radiator often coincide with a malfunctioning water pump. Some services for your 2013 Chevrolet Captiva Sport engine can wait, but the water pump is one part that needs to be addressed ASAP once an issue is identified. The role of the water pump is to keep coolant circulating in your engine, radiator, and hoses. If it’s not working well (or at all), your engine can easily overheat. Our trained technicians can inspect your car’s radiator hoses and pumps to ensure everything is operating as it should. From the heater core to the radiator cap, we’re here to give your 2013 Chevrolet Captiva Sport the top-notch service it needs. Every job we do is backed by our Triple Promise: Fixed Right, Priced Right, Right on Time.
With regular maintenance and service as needed, you could extend the life of your 2013 Chevrolet Captiva Sport radiator. Get answers to common radiator questions, and head to your nearest Firestone Complete Auto Care as soon as you suspect a radiator issue.