Common Truck Coolant System Services in Colona, IL
Fan Clutch Repairs and Replacements
Your fan clutch is what controls the routine operation of your cooling fan. Depending on the temperature of your engine and the rate of speed at which you’re travelling, your fan clutch will engage and disengage your cooling fan. This is a critical responsibility, for without it, your engine would overheat, and you’d effectively be stranded on the side of the road. Fortunately, we here at B&B Truck & Trailer Repair have the tools and equipment to repair or replace fan clutches of all kinds.
Water Pump Failure
Your water pump is the component responsible for moving liquid coolant through your engine block and radiator. If this pump were to fail, the coolant in your engine would absorb radiant heat but have nowhere to disperse it. As a result, your engine would likely overheat and cease to function. Fortunately, we here at B&B Truck & Trailer Repair have the tools and equipment to get your water pump either repaired or replaced altogether.
Plugged Radiator Issues
A radiator has a ton of small channels for coolant to flow. However, whether it be due to debris that entered your coolant system or a breakdown of the coolant itself, these coolant lines can become clogged. Clogged coolant lines mean your radiator is no longer able to facilitate the dispersal of heat, which in turn causes your engine to overheat.
To schedule an appointment for service at B&B Truck & Trailer Repair, give our shop a call during our regular business hours.