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Jacksonville  & St. Mary's Cooling System Repair & Maintenances





Radiator

Today’s automobiles use aluminum radiators to transfer heat from the hot coolant flowing through the radiator to the air blown through it by the fan. The radiator and fans serve to keep the engine and the transmission at acceptable temperatures. On most automobiles with automatic transmissions, automatic transmission fluid is routed through an oil cooler inside the radiator.


Maintenance and automobile:


A radiator leak between the coolant and the automatic transmission fluid can contaminate the transmission fluid and cause transmission failure. Red or brown drops of oil in the coolant would be a symptom of such a leak. Because the transmission oil cooler is inside the radiator, the radiator must be replaced to eliminate the problem. Jacksonville & St. Mary's AAMCO’s External Diagnostic Service for transmissions and 36-point ProtectCheck can help to pinpoint problems in the radiator and cooling system.




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Jacksonville & St. Mary's AAMCO
External Diagnostic Services

The thermostat regulates the cooling systems temperature. When the engine is cold, the thermostat stays closed and allows the coolant to keep flowing within the engine and warms the coolant quickly. As the engine warms, the thermostat opens.


Maintenance and automobile:


Have your thermostat and entire cooling system checked annually by a Jacksonville & St. Mary's AAMCO mechanic (they are inspected as part of Jacksonville & St. Mary's AAMCO’s ProtectCheck). A bad thermostat can cause a variety of problems, from overheating, knocking, high idle speed, low temperature gauge readings, even an emissions test failure.



Schedule a Service Call AAMCO! (877) 646-0229





Jacksonville & St. Mary's AAMCO
External Diagnostic Services

The thermostat regulates the cooling systems temperature. When the engine is cold, the thermostat stays closed and allows the coolant to keep flowing within the engine and warms the coolant quickly. As the engine warms, the thermostat opens.


Maintenance and automobile:


Have your thermostat and entire cooling system checked annually by a Jacksonville & St. Mary's AAMCO mechanic (they are inspected as part of Jacksonville & St. Mary's AAMCO’s ProtectCheck). A bad thermostat can cause a variety of problems, from overheating, knocking, high idle speed, low temperature gauge readings, even an emissions test failure.



Schedule a Service Call AAMCO! (877) 646-0229





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7532 103rd St
Jacksonville, Florida 32210
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Jacksonville, Florida 32257
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Jacksonville, Florida 32211
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Orange Park, Florida 32073
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4396 Highway 40 East
St Marys, GA 31558
912-882-1700 | M-F: 8:00am-5:30pm
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2664 US 1 South
St. Augustine, Florida 32086
904-797-5000 | M-F: 8:00am-5:30pm


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