|Car||Labour Cost||Parts Cost||Fiix Total Cost||Dealership Price|
|2006 Saturn Ion||$18.33||$73.43||$91.76||$113.81|
|2005 Nissan Sentra||$55.00||$166.11||$221.11||$283.78|
|2012 Chevrolet Cruze||$110.00||$134.47||$244.47||$295.29|
|2013 BMW X5||$165.00||$218.08||$383.08||$475.36|
Coolant is vital to ensure your engine does not overheat. The coolant circulates throughout to carry heat towards the radiator, where the hot air can then be dispersed. As the highly variable temperatures expand and contract the systems and the fluid, there needs to be a place for coolant to be stored when the system is pressurized. Enter the coolant reservoir - that’s where the coolant is stored. Moved through a surge tank hose, coolant can be taken or added back to the system based on temperature, with excess being stored in an overflow tank.
Part of the cooling system, your engine will not function well if there are leaks. Airlocks that form in your engine will almost always create damage or at the very least hurt performance. To prevent further problems in your engine, we recommend you have a mechanic examine your vehicle immediately.
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