New Jersey Service Center Helps Subaru Drivers Keep Warm

We might be getting a few warm days here and there, but we’ve certainly got plenty of cold ones ahead of us. Especially when you’re up early for your commute or heading home after the sun sets, you can bet that you’re not quite done running the heater in your car yet.

Whether your heat has been working fine or seems to be on the fritz, it’s always in your best interest to make sure that you’re properly maintaining your system to avoid issues down the road. There’s not much worse than turning on your heat only to be greeted by cold air!

Subaru heat and climate control

The team at our New Jersey Subaru service center recommends having your heating system serviced regularly, including flushing the system every 30,000 miles or so.

The Ins and Outs of Your Car’s Heating System

It may seem nonsensical, but your car’s heat is actually based on its cooling system. As the coolant passes through your engine’s moving parts, it absorbs heat to draw it away. When it passes through the heater core, a fan is able to blow that hot air into the cabin.

Subaru maintenance in New Jersey

To efficiently absorb and transfer heat–and consequently, to efficiently heat your car’s cabin–the cooling system relied on fresh, clean antifreeze. When you take advantage of the latest car repair specials at our New Jersey shop to have your coolant system flushed, you can remove rust and contaminants and allow new antifreeze to perform its job even better.

Additionally, it’s always a good idea to have your car’s thermostat inspected and replaced as necessary. This ensures that your vehicle is able to reach and run at the proper temperature without wasting energy or, worse, overheating.

To make sure our car gets the attention it needs to keep you warm and itself cool, don’t hesitate to contact the Subaru of Morristown team by calling (866) 910-3466 today. We’re always here to help!

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