Deciphering the Leak Codes
In your vehicle’s system, a number of fluids keep it doing what it does. They all come in different colors. Therefore, to identify what fluid is leaking you should know the basic of the color scheme. Hold on, we will help you with that too:
Red/Pink: This happens a lot to new vehicles. It could be leaks at the automatic transmission, the steering column or the cooling system. The tell-tale signs are poor transmission, heavy steering or overheating.
Blue/Green: Some, not all, brake fluids come in blue or green. Leaks in these colors would point to braking system leakages. If this is the case you will feel sponginess when pressing the brake pedal and poor braking precision. There is also a probability of a cooling system leakage. Overheating and burnt smell should help you make an easy diagnosis.
Clear leaks: It is your air conditioner draining out condensation thus there is no need to worry. In other cases it is a broken windshield fluid bottle. You should replace it.
Dark or light brown: It is your engine oil leaking. The gasket may be failing, a hose is broken or an engine component is damaged.
We fix fluid and Oil leaks
Auto leaks are not easy to live with. They draw attention to you at the place of work and any other public parking space. You are easy to pick from the crowd of auto owners. That may not bother you much, but what about when you decide to sell your car? Many buyers will be repelled by the leaks and walk away from your offer. Put the shame to a stop. Bring your vehicle to us and we will make it leakproof. You know the drill: call us now for an appointment.
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