What is the purpose of engine coolant?
Engine coolant (also known as anti-freeze) is designed to keep your engine running at normal operating temperatures and to prevent freezing during the cold winter months.
Why is a coolant replacement important?
Over time and kilometers driven, your coolant loses its chemical properties and becomes contaminated with rust and scale deposits which reduces its effectiveness, resulting in possible engine overheating – THE #1 CAUSE OF ENGINE BREAKDOWN!
How is this corrected?
The Chrysler Maintenance Menu recommends a coolant replacement at 160,000 kms or 7 years of vehicle ownership. Your Chrysler-trained technician will remove the old coolant and replace it with Genuine Chrysler coolant and then perform a complete inspection including all hoses and connections.
Is it time to schedule my coolant replacement?
If your Chrysler has been on the road for 160,000 kms or 7 years, it’s time for a Coolant Replacement Service. Having this service performed as part of your regular maintenance schedule will ensure long engine life and safe, peace-of-mind driving for years to come.