What does the oil cooler line/hose do? The oil cooler lines direct engine oil or transmission fluid to an oil cooler to help keep the fluid at a specific temperature to improve longevity if these components How do you know you need the oil cooler lines replaced? Leaking oil How is the oil cooler line/hose replaced by a mobile mechanic? The line is removed from both ends and taken off of the vehicle The new lines are installed and reconnected The respective fluid is topped up How important is having your oil cooler line/hose replaced? If the line/hose is left leaking it could run the component dry of fluid which would cause internal failure
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How it Works
Get an instant online price for most maintenance and tire services. For repairs, you can book a service call and a mechanic will diagnose the concern and give you a quote, on-site. If you would like a quote before we see the vehicle, you can Request a Quote in as little as 60 seconds and receive your quote by email or phone, usually within 1 business hour.
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After selecting your service(s) (or a diagnostic), simply select a day & time that works best for you and we will dispatch our best-suited technician or mechanic, based on your vehicle & needs. You will receive a confirmation email with the details and a reminder email/SMS as well. Auto care has never been easier!
Once the technician arrives, they will explain the work order, what they will be doing and then begin work on your vehicle. In most cases, a complementary Digital Vehicle Inspection will be completed so you can have peace of mind that your vehicle is in good condition or what may need to be addressed in the future.