Cooling Systems

Keep the interior of your car's bonnet cool.

Every automotive cooling system experiences significant strain in India’s hot and humid climate, undermining the effort made to keep things cool under the hood. Our team of experts at Tserv is here to make sure your automobile stays as cool as a cucumber all year long, no matter where you are in India. We understand how vital on-road safety is.

You should upgrade or fix your cooling system. Call Tserv right now.

Spend less money by having your car's cooling system serviced.

A car’s cooling system is the unsung hero of automotive efficiency; if a problem is ignored, your engine may struggle to live, leaving you stranded on the side of the road. With a maintenance schedule, avoid unforeseen stops and catastrophic engine breakdown.

Tserv makes it simple to maintain and repair cooling systems. Give your local Tserv team a call to make an appointment for a cooling system service and prevent a potentially expensive repair, whether the issue is an engine coolant leak, an overheated engine, or an annual car cooling system check-up.

Why not just phone us? Prior to bringing in your car, getting a diagnosis over the phone from your local Tserv team enables us to check your cooling system problems and make sure you are scheduled at a time when our cooling systems specialists are available to do a comprehensive expert inspection. Less downtime and a quicker resolution result from this. Give us a call to get things going because we are aware of how valuable your time is.

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Over the phone, one of our knowledgeable Tserv experts will listen to your worries and enquire about your cooling system problems. By completing a phone diagnostic before you visit the store, our staff can advise you on what might be wrong and offer practical tips to transport you and your car safely to the closest Tserv service centre.

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Our cooling system specialist will conduct a number of tests and inspections on your vehicle when you bring it in for the scheduled repair, including:
  • Pressure Check the engine block for system leaks by performing a test
  • Verify the amount of engine coolant.
  • Inspect the car radiator hoses for cracks or holes.
  • Check the condition of the car’s radiator cap.

What will the price be?

Our staff will give you a quote for recommended repairs, including with inspection and repair details and costs for any replacement parts, as soon as our cooling system professional has finished their assessment. You will always be kept in the loop at every stage, preventing bill shock and facilitating simpler methods of payment. For more details, visit our Tserv service.

When should you take action in response to a coolant leak?

Do you suspect a coolant leak in your car? There is a good likelihood that your car’s cooling system is malfunctioning if you have seen any of these signs. Call your neighbourhood Tserv as soon as possible to schedule a cooling system repair.

  • The dashboard’s temperature gauge is high.
  • Overheating car
  • Vapor emanating from the bonnet
  • It smells sweet/musty coming from the car.
  • Low engine coolant level
  • Fuel economy has decreased
  • Observe a coolant leak (brightly coloured liquid) physically under your automobile.
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An announcement from our mechanics:

Although we specialise in cars, diagnosing cooling systems can be challenging. As a result, it may take several visits before your car’s cooling system is in good working order. You might need to come back days or weeks after our skilled team patches a leak or fixes a broken part. Why? When fixing the large stuff, we have to start with the small stuff since only then will major problems, like blown head gaskets, become apparent.

What does this entail, then? Until we do those minor repairs and give the automobile a test drive, a thorough evaluation is frequently not possible.

With our brief Q&As, learn more about engine coolant and the cooling system in your car

1What is a cooling system in a car?

Your car's cooling system keeps it operating at the right temperature. This crucial device guards against engine block overheating. An engine that is overheated could eventually stop working altogether.

The way a cooling system functions.
By circulating engine coolant through a network of channels surrounding your engine block and absorbing extra heat, a cooling system keeps your automobile cool. The heated engine coolant then makes its way through a network of tubes to the vehicle's radiator, where it is effectively cooled by incoming outside air. A cooling fan aids in maintaining a steady flow of cool air. A water pump helps the chilled coolant circulate back around the engine block to complete the cycle.
This process is balanced by a thermostat that is positioned between the engine block and the automobile radiator. It does this by identifying and correcting variations in the ambient temperature. When there is a problem with the cooling system in your car, the thermostat might also change the temperature gauge on the dashboard.
2What constitutes a car's cooling system's primary elements?

A car radiator, thermostat, water pump, coolant overflow tank, cooling fans, heater core, car radiator cap, and hoses make up the cooling system of your vehicle.

3What distinguishes an air-cooled engine from a water-cooled engine?

A closed loop system, which consists of a water pump and cooling fan, is used by a water-cooled engine to continuously cycle engine coolant in and around the engine block of the vehicle. The automobile radiator is where the engine coolant is cooled by external cool air flow with the help of a cooling fan after it has cycled through passageways and absorbed heat from the engine block. The most effective approach to keep your car cool is with a water cooled engine.

Air-cooled engines rely on cool air that enters the vehicle naturally to circulate around the engine block using a series of fins that are positioned at specific angles. The air cooled engine is a far more straightforward cooling system, but it is regrettably not the most effective option for our modern, powerful vehicles. When delayed in traffic or travelling at a slow speed, it is not optimal to rely only on externally provided cold air flow.

4Could you fix a coolant leak on your own?

There are "stop-leak" items that, when put to your car's radiator, can momentarily delay or halt an engine coolant leak. These fixes are just short-term and should NEVER take the place of expert services and repairs. Really, the primary purpose of quick-fix items is to transport your car safely to the nearby Tserv cooling system specialist.

NOTE: NEVER apply stop-leak chemicals or engine coolant to a hot automobile.

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