Heater Repair in Greensboro, NC 27405
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HEATERS – HEATER CORES – REPLACEMENT HEATERS – GREENSBORO, NC 27405
G&B Automotive in Greensboro, NC is your heater specialist! Don’t get caught in the cold – call us now at 336-814-2214!
Heaters are really another heat exchanger that part of your car’s temperature control as they are designed to heat up the passenger compartment of the car.
The heater utilizes the hot engine coolant. Through a series of smaller heater hoses, a portion of the vehicle antifreeze or coolant is circulated through the heater.
The blower fan (for the car’s interior) then pushes air across the heater and the heat from the engine coolant is released into the air stream and directed out the dash vents of your car.
Typical heaters on today’s vehicles are made from aluminum tube and fin – much like the aluminum radiators on today’s cars.
The tanks – some made from plastic – can be crimped on and provide the heater hose connections to allow the engine coolant or antifreeze to flow through the heater.
Older heaters were manufactured with a copper brass construction as pictured.
Regardless of material used to make the heater, they both provide the same function and operate the same way.
Don’t let heater problems keep you in the cold! Gall G&B Automotive in Greensboro, NC now! 336-814-2214! Your automotive cooling system, heater and air conditioning specialists!
Automotive and light truck heaters pictured. Above is typical aluminum heater. Below, older style copper and brass construction. See G&B Automotive in Greensboro for all your heater problems!
CAR OVERHEATING? NEED HELP WITH YOUR CAR OVERHEATING?
An overheating car is a serious problem. If the overheating condition persists, you could cause serious engine damage and even crack engine cylinders – meaning that repairs could lead to several hundred – if not thousands of dollars to repair.
You may have heard the advice that if your car is overheating, you should open all the windows and run the heater with the fan going at full blast. This is because the heater and heating system is actually a secondary cooling system that mirrors the main cooling system on your car.
The heater core, which is located in the dashboard of your car, is really a small radiator. The heater fan blows air through the heater core and into the passenger compartment of your car.
By turning up the heat – you may help remove the heat from the coolant and eliminate the overheating condition of the engine. Get prompt professional overheating help in Greensboro, NC from G&B Automotive – Your cooling system expert! Call 336-814-2214