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Trevor Morris Radiators has a commitment for outstanding workmanship and a fair price. All Trevor Morris Radiator Branches pride themselves on being exceptionally clean and organised.

  • Removal / Installation of radiators

  • image hereComplete Top tank replacement service
    Plastic radiator tank and gasket replacements. In this procedure the radiator is removed from the vehicle and placed in a special fixture to detach the damaged tank and/or gasket. The tank and/or gasket is replaced with a readily available new or restored part. Afterward, the radiator is reassembled and tested.

  • Clean Flush and repair.
    image hereThe radiator is removed from the vehicle, cleaned externally using a powerful spray gun and flushed internally. It is then pressure tested, inspected and repaired as needed.
    In this procedure the radiator is removed from the vehicle, cleaned externally and flushed internally by immersion in a specially formulated industrial-strength cleaner. It is then flushed a second time, pressure tested, inspected and repaired as needed.

  • image hereRod-out and repair.
    The radiator is removed, cleaned externally and cleaned internally. It is then pressure tested, inspected and repaired as needed. One tank is removed and a rod is inserted into each tube to remove debris. Once complete, the radiator is reassembled and tested.

  • New core or recore.
    This technique brings a radiator up to or as close as possible to its original operating condition by using restored existing parts in combination with new, rebuilt or unimpaired parts. It always requires the installation of a new core.
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TREVOR MORRIS 7 POINT CHECK

image hereTrevor Morris Radiators recommends that motorists have a seven-point preventative cooling system maintenance check at least once every two years. The seven-point program is designed to identify any areas that need attention. It consists of:

  1. a radiator pressure cap test to check for the recommended system pressure level
  2. thermostat check for proper opening and closing
  3. a pressure test to identify any external leaks to the cooling system parts; including the radiator, water pump, engine coolant passages, radiator and heater hoses and heater core
  4. an internal leak test to check for combustion gas leakage into the cooling system
  5. a visual inspection of all cooling system components, including belts and hoses
  6. a system power flush and refill with car manufacturer's recommended concentration of coolant
  7. an engine fan test for proper operation

By performing regular checks, Trevor Morris Radiators specialists can help motorists prevent problems, emergency repairs and/or replacements, effectively saving the consumer time, trouble and money.

 

COMMON CAUSES OF OVERHEATING

    • image hereLow Coolant Level Improper Fuel/Air Mixture
    • Wrong Coolant/Water Ratio
    • Malfunctioning Emission Control
    • Excessive Rust in System Clogged Exhaust
    • Engine Oil too High or Low Brake Drag
    • Missing Fan Shroud Defective Water Pump
    • Bent Fan Blades
    • Engine Dirt
    • Collision Damage Faulty Fan Clutch
    • image hereBlown Head Gasket Faulty Electric Fan
    • Transmission -Oil Cooler Failure Faulty Fan Switch
    • Slipping Fan-Pump Belt Low-Octane Fuel
    • Incorrect Ignition Timing Deteriorated Hoses
    • Defective Mechanical or Vacuum Advance Air in System
    • Worn Cam or Timing Chain External-Internal Leaks
    • Towing Heavy Loads Add-on A/C without upgrade or match in Cooling System
    • Extreme Driving Conditions
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TREVOR MORRIS 7 POINT CHECK

image hereTrevor Morris Radiators recommends that motorists have a seven-point preventative cooling system maintenance check at least once every two years. The seven-point program is designed to identify any areas that need attention. It consists of:

  1. a radiator pressure cap test to check for the recommended system pressure level
  2. thermostat check for proper opening and closing
  3. a pressure test to identify any external leaks to the cooling system parts; including the radiator, water pump, engine coolant passages, radiator and heater hoses and heater core
  4. an internal leak test to check for combustion gas leakage into the cooling system
  5. a visual inspection of all cooling system components, including belts and hoses
  6. a system power flush and refill with car manufacturer's recommended concentration of coolant
  7. an engine fan test for proper operation

By performing regular checks, Trevor Morris Radiators specialists can help motorists prevent problems, emergency repairs and/or replacements, effectively saving the consumer time, trouble and money.