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When a vehicle like yours is due for its next coolant fluid exchange service, our Mopar authorized service department is like a beacon calling out that we offer the perfect service for you! We have the factory-trained technicians that know your model and its engine cooling system professionally working within our state-of-the-art facility ready to install the highest quality genuine Mopar coolant to specifications. Beyond unrivaled service quality, we offer a chance to double-down on savings and value with our current service specials offering unprecedented value at DuPage Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram.
Every internal combustion engine has an engine cooling system responsible for containing excessive heat. The cooling system is a water pump circulating coolant through engine passages absorbing heat where it is pumped to the radiator where the heat is cooled. Coolant fluid repeats this cycle throughout its life until it becomes contaminated or leaks from a worn component. That is when it will need a coolant fluid exchange service to restore its integrity and engine-cooling performance.
Keeping the engine cool is ideal for all combustion engines as excessive heat causes problems. But the good news is that getting coolant inspected and exchanged as recommended will invite these benefits:
Coolant lasts for a long time but the extreme environment within the engine and certain driving factors can cause it to lose integrity. If coolant fluid loses its ability to cool the engine, the engine’s components are at significant risk of excessive wear, overheating, and damages. It is important to get an inspection and corrective maintenance if you notice any of these symptoms of bad coolant show up in your driving experience:
Service is completed by a factory-trained technician within a state-of-the-art facility installing the highest quality genuine Mopar coolant. Service begins when the certified technician drains the old coolant from the radiator. The technician will inspect the engine cooling system to ensure its integrity before installing fresh coolant fluid to factory specifications.