Nissan Antifreeze Service Tampa FL

What Are The Difference Between Red Antifreeze and Blue Antifreeze?

There is no difference between the two. Both red or blue antifreeze both include a chemical called ethylyne glycol that works to regulate your vehicle's operating tempature. While some antifreezes may be designed for higher-mileage cars and a little may be for cars that don't travel as much, you should be safe regardless of the exact type of antifreeze that's used in your vehicle. Check with your Nissan service advisor if you need further details. Rest assured, here at Courtesy Nissan of Tampa, we only use genuine Nissan certified antifreeze/coolant, which is specially designed to work best with your Nissan - no matter how many miles you drive or what kind of vehicle you own!

Visit Courtesy Nissan of Tampa For Genuine Nissan OEM Antifreeze

Don't depend on a shop that will use aftermarket fluids or parts; depend on Courtesy Nissan of Tampa to use only the antifreeze designed to work best with your Nissan! Nissan-certified antifreeze is specifically formulated for your vehicle and means that you won't have to take the risk of getting something that might be cheaper or easier, but may not be the best option for you. With years of experience behind our service team, we understand the importance of using the best quality parts and fluids, and that includes antifreeze as well. Visit Courtesy Nissan of Tampa and let us take specialized care of your Nissan, whether it's a car, truck, SUV or sedan! Located in Tampa and easily accessible to Wesley Chapel, Clearwater, St. Petersburg and Brandon, you'll want to make us your first stop for entire of your vehicle service needs, both sizable and small.

Why Is Antifreeze Important In My Nissan Vehicle?

Simply put, antifreeze and coolant regulates the temperature of your vehicle's engine. When the weather turns colder, antifreeze helps keep those engine parts operate at a convenient temperature rather than freezing up. When antifreeze comes into contact with water in your engine (normally at a 50/50 split), it reacts to create a liquid (coolant) that runs throughout the vehicle and protects it when you need to keep your engine running at a lower, safe temperature. It's important to keep it at a convenient level, because being low could mean that in colder months, parts inside of your engine may freeze, causing both short- and long-term damage to your engine and keeping it from running properly. In higher temperatures, the liquid works to keep your engine running cool, as elevated temperatures could, again, mean short- and long-term engine damage. Need to get fresh antifreeze or coolant? Depend on Courtesy Nissan of Tampa today to get your Nissan's coolant levels (or any other fluid level, for that matter) filled to convenient operating levels. It may be easy to forget, but with a free multi-point inspection, we'll take a look and get this replaced for you when your vehicle needs it.

When Does My Vehicle's Antifreeze Need To Be Refilled?

It's recommended that you get antifreeze/coolant checked at least two times a year: before it gets hot and before winter arrives. This helps you ensure that when extreme temperatures hit - at both sides of the spectrum - that you are prepared in advance. You don't want to wait until it's too late before you get this filled or replaced! Courtesy Nissan of Tampa's multi-point inspection can help you determine whether you need it or not, and can advise you as to the exact antifreeze/coolant that is best for your vehicle. Your engine's health demands it!