|Car||Labour Cost||Parts Cost||Fiix Total Cost||Dealership Price|
|2010 Dodge Avenger||$440.00||$258.50||$698.50||$894.29|
|2003 Subaru Impreza||$110.00||$630.68||$740.68||$958.90|
|2011 Ford Escape||$330.00||$245.21||$575.21||$747.07|
|2009 Hummer H2||$330.00||$399.68||$729.68||$899.60|
|2006 Honda CR-V||$220.00||$241.41||$461.41||$558.60|
|2000 Ford E-150 Econoline||$330.00||$727.72||$1057.72||$1364.71|
|2011 Ford Fiesta||$110.00||$49.04||$159.04||$191.03|
|2007 Hummer H3||$330.00||$449.29||$779.29||$982.47|
|2004 Honda Accord||$165.00||$205.66||$370.66||$470.23|
|2001 Dodge Ram 2500||$275.00||$520.11||$795.11||$967.67|
The radiator ensures your car doesn’t overheat by allow excess heat in the cooling system to dissipate. With two tanks connected by brass or sometimes aluminum tubes, coolant is able to pass through the engine’s various components and reduce the temperature of these parts. Without having the radiator and its connected parts such as the radiator drain cock working, your car will virtually inoperable.
Malfunctioning radiators are no joke - your car will become much too hot to drive very quickly. If your engine begins to overheat your car runs the risk of breaking down, so we recommend you don’t drive it if this starts happening. Call a certified mechanic instead to inspect your vehicle, or chat with one of our experts if you need help. We cannot stress enough how important a radiator is to your car’s safety as well as yours.
One of the best car experiences I've ever had. 10/10. Booked and quoted on the phone. George was a really nice guy. Knowledgable and practical. Only did the work that was needed with a head's up of when to expect future service. All for a competitive price while I continued with my normal day in my own home. Why didn't anyone think of this before?! I will definitely use them again and recommend to my friends.