Protecting Your Retro Ride!

Merely adding water and anti-freeze periodically is not sufficient to maintain the health of your car in the face of engine heat since the fluid will simply evaporate. Furthermore, it is not enough to simply drain the coolant regularly because only half of the old fluid will actually drain. In addition to these, maintaining a healthy car requires thoroughly cleaning a flushing the coolant system with water and a cleaning agent of some sort.

Steps to Protecting Your Automobile

Contemporary engines that are usually made of aluminum are often subject to corrosion. Anti-corrosive fluid can be used to fight this, but they usually lose their anti-corrosive properties in a few years. You can tell that it is time to replace anti-corrosive fluid if it starts to have a rust color instead of a red, green, or orange color.

Furthermore, minerals can be precipitated from breaking down coolant, metal corrosion, and failing of care parts. These mineral deposits in the engine cause it to heat up more than it otherwise would. When this occurs the engine should be flushed for the protection and longevity of the car.

Regular Flushing of Coolants

It is recommended by some car manufacturers to perform a flush every 30,000 miles or about every year for the average car. This will prevent new components from being contaminated by rust and will increase their longevity. The frequency of coolant flushing will also depend on climate, age, and the physical condition of your vehicle.

Coolant flushes can be done by a professional at