Tag: radiator flush

Cincinnati Radiator Flush: 3 Myths that Can Kill Your Car

Posted 1/21/19

Our Cincinnati car mechanics hear it all. And we’ve found out over our years of import car maintenance and repair that many car owners are very ill-informed when it comes to both radiator flushes and their heating and cooling systems. Myths abound, and many of...

Radiator Flush 101: Important Maintenance Explained

Posted 12/24/18

Dirt happens. Not only to the outside of our cars, but to the inner workings as well—including radiators. As the radiator does its job keeping your car running at an appropriate temperature, it produces gunk and deposits that clog its insides over time. Eventually, it...

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Why You Should Get Your Radiator Flushed

Posted 10/1/18

Antifreeze gets old, just like the rest of us. How long has it been since you’ve had a radiator flush? If you can’t remember, it’s probably time. There are a number of benefits. Keep in mind that a radiator flush is much different than just...

Ask A Cincinnati Car Mechanic: Should I Flush my Radiator?

Posted 9/12/16

Import Car Maintenance Info: Do I Need a Radiator Flush?  Radiators. Like making sure there is water in the well, we never think about them until there is a problem, and like most auto repair problems, it usually happens at the most inconvenient time possible....

What You Need to Know about Porsche Brakes

One common braking problem we’ve seen on Porsches is a squeaking or squealing sound. This is a good sign your brakes need replacing. That irritating sound is metal on metal, which means your rotors are likely getting scraped. Cayenne Porsches also tend to have premature brake wear and need replaced every 25,000 miles. And if you can avoid it, don’t upgrade to ceramic brakes. They may look pretty cool, but unless you’re Formula One racing on your commute to work, they just aren’t worth the expense. No brake job should cost $8,000 plus, unless you’re driving a $100,000 NASCAR trophy chaser.