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Radiator Repair in Augusta, ME

Top-Quality Radiator Repair When Your Need It

If your engine overheats, your vehicle will not work properly. The antifreeze (coolant), water pump, radiator, radiator fan and other components have the responsibility of keeping your engine cool. If any of these things has a problem, your engine could overheat and cause severe damage— not to mention leave you stranded on the side of the road.

The radiator is where it all happens. The radiator is the heat transfer device. It holds the coolant, which circulates through the engine to help keep it cooled down. Specifically, the coolant will go through the engine where it picks up heat while the engine is running. The coolant is then pushed through the radiator; where air flowing across the fins in the radiator removes heat and cools the antifreeze and helps to keep the engine cool. At times, problems can arise within the cooling system, while sediment, deposit and corrosion can form and settle in the radiator. This normally happens when the coolant isn’t replaced and flushed when needed. This will eventually lead to issues such as leaks, blockages and improper cooling of the engine. When this occurs, you will need a radiator repair to restore its proper function.

With more than 75 years of combined experience, the AAA-approved, ASE-Certified technicians at Al’s Certified Auto Repair are ready to take a look at your radiator and diagnose the exact problem. Don’t hesitate to call us.

Quick and Accurate Radiator Repair by Trusted Professionals

The team of technicians at Al’s Certified Auto Repair are ready to provide you with outstanding radiator repair services. We know how inconvenient it can be to have an ailing car, especially if you can’t get your child to school or a soccer game. We don’t want to see this happen.

Our technicians have the proper tools, equipment and knowledge to properly diagnose any radiator problems on all vehicle makes and models. Once the issue has been identified, our team will work diligently to provide thorough radiator repair services and have you back on the road in no time.

The Advantages of Coming to Al’s Certified Auto Repair

  • The ONLY Independent AAA-Approved Facility in Augusta
  • Family-owned and operated shop
  • ASE-Certified Technicians
  • Kennebec Chamber of Commerce Affiliated
  • Member of the National Service Advisory Council
  • More than 75 years of combined staff experience
  • Specializing in Domestic Vehicles and Asian Imports
  • Dealership-quality repairs at affordable prices
  • 3-year/36,000-mile warranty on MOST auto repairs
  • RepairPal Certified

You deserve the best when it comes to radiator repair in Augusta, ME. Don’t settle for anything less, so call Al’s Certified Auto Repair today.

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Excellent customer service

…Top notch, the customer service is exceptional, they are willing to listen and help to get you back on the road again. I have used them for routine and breakdown service. I feel safe and confident when I leave the shop. I also find the price is always fair. I recommend them to all my family and friends.

 

Marion K.

Augusta, ME

The Right Radiator Repair is Waiting for You

  • The ONLY Independent AAA-Approved Facility in Augusta
  • Family-owned and operated shop
  • ASE-Certified Technicians
  • Kennebec Chamber of Commerce Affiliated
  • Member of the National Service Advisory Council
  • More than 75 years of combined staff experience
  • Specializing in Domestic Vehicles and Asian Imports
  • Dealership-quality repairs at affordable prices
  • 3-year/36,000-mile warranty on ALL auto repairs
  • RepairPal Certified

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