Radiator Replacement in Dubai

If your vehicle is overheating too often even on short distances or the coolant has dropped rapidly, you may have a bad radiator. As the engine runs, it produces constant heat and the radiator is responsible to cool it down. The coolant absorbs all the heat from the engine and runs down to the radiator to cool it down but if the radiator is clogged, or its fins are bent or damaged, the coolant will start leaking and result in engine overheating. Our expert team has the right skills and on-hand experience to help you repair and replace the radiator of your luxury car.

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Symptoms of a Bad Radiator

Frequently Asked Questions

A car radiator is a critical component of the car’s cooling system. It helps to regulate the temperature of the engine by dissipating heat from the coolant that circulates through the engine.

Common signs that your car’s radiator may need to be replaced include overheating, coolant leaks, corrosion, and damage to the fins or tubes.

The lifespan of a car’s radiator can vary depending on factors such as the make and model of the car, driving conditions, and maintenance practices. However, in general, radiators should be replaced every 100,000 miles or so, or if they are showing signs of wear or damage.

Replacing a car’s radiator typically involves draining the coolant, removing the old radiator, installing the new radiator, and refilling the coolant. It is a complex process that should only be performed by a professional mechanic.

Replacing a car’s radiator can help to prevent overheating and engine damage, improve engine performance, and extend the lifespan of the engine. It can also help to prevent more serious problems down the line and ensure the car is running at peak efficiency.

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