|Car||Labour Cost||Parts Cost||Fiix Total Cost||Dealership Price|
|2011 Ford Escape||$110.00||$110.74||$220.74||$266.77|
|2011 Ford F-150||$110.00||$63.28||$173.28||$210.46|
|2013 Hyundai Elantra||$110.00||$31.64||$141.64||$179.62|
|2009 Toyota Corolla||$110.00||$47.46||$157.46||$199.77|
|2006 Honda Civic||$110.00||$47.46||$157.46||$197.34|
|2012 Subaru Impreza||$110.00||$63.28||$173.28||$209.51|
|2014 Mazda 3||$110.00||$47.46||$157.46||$200.34|
|2006 Honda Odyssey||$110.00||$47.46||$157.46||$202.39|
|2002 Honda Civic||$110.00||$23.73||$133.73||$170.24|
|2010 Lexus HS250h||$110.00||$31.64||$141.64||$179.56|
Working togetehr with other parts such as coolant tubes, your coolant helps keep your car cool, hence the name. By circulating through your vehicle while it is hot, it absorbs heat which is then later radiated out by the radiator. With some time, your coolant can begin to become worse at absorbing, and soon it will not be able to remove the heat from your engine as effectively. That’s why you do a cooling system flush, removing contaminants and adding fresh coolant to your vehicle.
Cooling system flushes are an essential part of a healthy routine maintenance on your car. If they are not done often enough, your car will soon start to face damage, creating much more of a headache than simply poor absorbing coolant.
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