Coolant Flushes should be done about every 50,000 miles on a standard semi truck. Not doing this service can cause radiator contamination, over heating and corrosion or rust build up. Doing this will prevent electrolysis from pitting liners. The reason we do coolant flushes is to renew the fluid in the radiator and keep it contaminate free. In the winter, coolant (antifreeze) protects the engine from freezing over while in the summer the coolant keeps the engine from over heating. An overheating engine can cause many problems which is what makes this a necessary maintenance item, not to be forgotten. If you have neglected to do a coolant (anti-freeze) flush or are entering the recommended time interval to get a coolant flush done, then you should consult the professionals at Another Mobile Fleet Service.
Coolant Flush includes:
- Complete flush of radiator
- Check all belts, fan hub operation, hoses and air to air
- Pressurized check of hoses and radiator
- Speedy Service
Power Steering Flush
Power steering flushes are done to prevent power steering pump and steering box from failure due to metal shavings.
Power Steering Flush Includes:
- New oil
- Filter and gaskets