Whether you need a radiator repair, coolant flush and refill, water pump replacement, or any other engine cooling repair service, MasterWorks Automotive has you covered.

Complete coolant system repair:

  • Radiator repair
  • Belts
  • Hoses
  • Radiator cap
  • Clamps
  • Cooling fan
  • Water pump replacement
  • Thermostat repair
  • Coolant (antifreeze) flush and refill

Here’s a real Google Review about our cooling and radiator repair:

Maxwell Linnville

I went in with a radiator issue. I brought it to them and they did a free assessment to check and see if anything else was wrong with the car. They found a couple issues and we were proactive about the issues which saved me more money than it would have if we waited. Good and honest place. I highly recommend.

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Signs you may need radiator repair

  • Temperature gauge reads hot
  • Engine overheating
  • Coolant (antifreeze) puddled beneath car
  • Radiator discoloration or rust
  • Low coolant levels

Don’t push off cooling and radiator repairs

Without a properly functioning cooling system, heat levels produced by your car’s engine are high enough to damage the components of the engine itself. Aluminum heads can warp. Head gaskets can blow. Engines can fail. And these are big-ticket repairs. Fixing a small repair now can save you from expensive repairs in the future.

Contact us today for a free initial inspection to keep your cooling system running in tip-top shape.

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24 month/24,000 mile nationwide warranty

We stand behind every air conditioning repair with a 24 month/24,000 warranty on all parts and labor through Federated Auto Parts Nationwide Repair Warranty.

This warranty comes is yours at no extra cost and is our way of providing you with the most trusted air conditioning repair in Cleveland you’re likely to find.

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Cooling & Radiator Repair FAQs

When should I flush my radiator?

Refer to your vehicle’s owner’s manual to determine correct radiator flush intervals.

The cooling fan comes on a lot. Should I be worried?

Nope. Your engine-cooling fan is controlled by your engine’s computer and may always run when the A/C is on.

What regular maintenance should my radiator receive?

The best way to protect your radiator is to flush your cooling system on or before your manufacturer’s schedule.

Does running the A/C in my car in the summer keep my engine from overheating?

Nope. In fact, your engine has to work harder to keep cool when your car’s A/C is running.

How do I know if my coolant needs to be refilled?

Most cars have a plastic, transparent coolant recovery tank connected to the radiator by a hose, so there’s no need to open the radiator cap. If you check the coolant level when your engine is cold, the coolant should be at or above the “minimum” or “fill” line. If you check your coolant level when your engine is hot, the coolant should be at or just below the “max” line.

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