Cooling System Flush
Did you know that your radiator needs a system flush to run clean? What this means is, when our team of professionals at Rev It Up flushes your radiator, old antifreeze is forced out of the system when new antifreeze is forced in. During that process, your system fills with new antifreeze that’s contaminant-free. The process is better than draining antifreeze, which only removes approximately 50% of the dirty fluid.
Why Should You Do a System Flush with Rev It Up?
- Rust and scale deposit removal
- System life extension from water pump lubrication
- Contaminant removal
- Rust and foam protection
- Each flushing includes a visual system inspection
Brake System Fluid Flush
Many drivers don’t realize that contaminants will build up over time in their brake fluid. Even though your manufacturer sets the intervals for when to have your brake fluid flushed, these can vary depending on your driving habits and brake usage. Under most circumstances, brake system flushes can occur every two or three years or 30,000 miles. However, if you’re noticing your brakes performing poorly, it’s a good idea to bring your vehicle to Rev It Up to have the brakes inspected.
Transmission Fluid Flush
When your vehicle needs to speed up or slow down, the transmission fluid helps the gears shift. Debris, as well as metal shavings from the gears cause the transmission fluid to get dirty over time. It’s critical to keep your transmission fluid clean. That way, all the parts of your transmission will remain lubricated and last longer. With proper maintenance, your transmission will last longer, and you can also avoid expensive repairs. Our team of professionals at Rev It Up will inspect your transmission fluid to ensure it’s clean and let you know when a system flush is necessary.
Power Steering Flush
Do you know what to look for when it’s time for a power steering flush? When it’s cold, or if you’re experiencing resistance when you’re attempting to steer, it may be time. You may also hear noises including squealing when attempting to steer. Over time, it isn’t uncommon for debris and bits of rubber to build up in power steering fluid. When that occurs, it causes the pump of the steering system and hoses to experience wear. By flushing the fluid as recommended, you’ll extend the life of your vehicle’s parts and experience better steering. Our team at Rev It Up will inspect your steering and provide recommendations for power steering flushing.