How often should your 1998 Honda CR-V radiator be serviced?
Maintenance check at 45000 miles for your 1998 Honda CR-V LX
Maintenance check at 75000 miles for your 1998 Honda CR-V LX
Maintenance check at 105000 miles for your 1998 Honda CR-V LX
Maintenance check at 45000 miles for your 1998 Honda CR-V EX
Maintenance check at 75000 miles for your 1998 Honda CR-V EX
Maintenance check at 105000 miles for your 1998 Honda CR-V EX
It can be tough to know when to have your Honda CR-V radiator serviced if you don't know what it does, but you need to know the signs of radiator malfunction. The radiator is in the cooling system of your car, and it helps your engine temperature stay within a safe range. 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 1998 Honda CR-V is essential for long-term engine health. Honda recommends that you replace coolant (also called antifreeze) at certain intervals, but it’s a good idea to keep your eyes open for any indication that your radiator is failing. You might be driving around (or about to be stranded) with a failing radiator if you notice leaking coolant, overheating, or an illuminated low coolant dashboard light. Visit your local Firestone Complete Auto Care for a Courtesy Check at the first sign of one of these issues.
What does radiator repair include? At Firestone Complete Auto Care, we start by performing a thorough inspection of your Honda CR-V cooling system. Then, we’ll move on to a machine-powered coolant exchange. Finally, we’ll refill the flushed sealants, lubricants and chemicals, then do a pressure check to catch any possible leaks.
If your radiator is acting up, odds are good that your water pump needs to be checked for proper function, too. Some services for your 1998 Honda CR-V engine can wait, but the water pump is one part that you'll want to have repaired or replaced as soon as you discover a problem with it. 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 technicians can take a look at your radiator’s components to ensure everything is operating as it should. When it comes to radiator service and repair, we’re here to give your 1998 Honda CR-V the top-notch service it needs. After all, we know it’s not just a car. It’s your car.
Wondering how to make your 1998 Honda CR-V radiator last as long as possible? Read on for answers to common questions, and visit your local Firestone Complete Auto Care when your engine shows any signs of a faulty radiator.
Keeping your cool is easier when your engine is cool. Schedule your 1998 Honda CR-V radiator repair or service today.