Sergeant Clutch Certified Engine & Transmission Shop

6557 Walzem Road San Antonio, Texas 78239 Call 210-239-1600
 
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Radiator Shop In San Antonio Texas


Got Radiator Problems? Sergeant Clutch Certified Engine & Transmission Shop located in San Antonio, Texas services and repairs all Car Radiators and Truck Radiators at DISCOUNT PRICES! We offer a Radiator Performance Check! When it comes to your automobiles radiator or cooling system rely on the professional mechanics at Sergeant Clutch.

Your automobiles radiator cooling system plays an important role in your vehicle’s performance. The radiator cooling system helps keep the engine cool and running at prior temperatures. The radiator is the core of your vehicle’s cooling system. The radiator is responsible for reducing the heat generated from the coolant circulating through your vehicle’s cooling system. In order to cool properly the radiator must be clean, leak free, clear of any blockages and filled with coolant. Radiator Coolant / Antifreeze that is not maintained and changed regularly becomes acidic, breakdowns and degrades which affects the cooling system. Degraded radiator coolant / antifreeze can lead to premature failure of the water pump.

Engine Overheating? The automobiles engine combustion process generates a mass amount of heat. Without a properly functioning radiator cooling system, the automobiles engine heat will damage the parts in the engine. The engines aluminum heads can easily warp when the engine overheats. The engine head gaskets can blow in a few miles when the radiator cooling system stops working.

When your vehicle overheats the cooling system should be inspected and repaired immediately. Count on Sergeant Clutch help keep your automobiles engine cooling system operating safely and efficiently. We recommend having the radiator coolant replacement performed according to your car’s factory-recommended maintenance schedule. This regular maintenance of vehicle's cooling system can help avoid costly repair services.

The mechanics at Sergeant Clutch Certified Engine & Transmission Shop can diagnose and repair your vehicles cooling system including the radiator, thermostat, water pump, belts, cooling fans, caps, clamps, and more. Sergeant Clutch offers a Radiator Performance Check and Discount Prices on all Radiator Coolant Flushes.

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  • Hoses
  • Electric Fans
  • Fan Clutches
  • Heater Cores
  • Head Gaskets
  • Transmission Coolers
  • Air Conditioning Service
  • Preventive Maintenance
  • Radiators
  • Radiator Parts
  • Radiator Hoses
  • Radiator Cap
  • Radiator Fan
  • Radiator Coolant
  • Cooling Fan
  • Coolant Reservoir
  • Thermostat
  • Water Pumps
  • Radiator Cooling System Repair
  • Radiator Flush Service
  • Radiator Repair
  • Radiator Replacement
  • New Aftermarket Radiators
  • OEM Radiators
  • Performance Radiators
  • Custom Radiators

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Temperature Warning Indicator Light?- The Temperature Warning Light gauges the heat of the engine. If the Temperature Light turn on it may indicate your engine is overheating. The engine overheating can be the result of low radiator coolant. If the Temperature Light comes on while driving you should immediately pull over and turn your car off to let it cool down. Do not attempt to open the radiator cap before the vehicle has had time to cool down. By opening the radiator cap to soon can cause bodily injury. Sergeant Clutch offers a Temperature Light Diagnostic Scan to help determine the problem.