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Flushing Liquids...... Neglected Maintenance

Dear Friends -

At Lincoln Land we have many customers arriving with their cars who are concerned with radiator leaks, heater core leaks and engine frost plug leaks etc. Many times we find that the cooling system has needed cleaning and flushing years ago. Their engine has been on the verge of overheating many miles ago and their heating system has been performing less than mediocre at best. The time to flush and renew the coolant and other liquids in your car is "right now" while all systems are performing really well. This applies to the automatic transmission, the brake system and the power steering system etc. In the long run, doing so can save you a lot of money and could ensure that these items will operate at their optimum as they did when you purchased the car. Of course these parts can fail as a normal failure even when serviced properly, but at least you will know that it was not because of neglect etc. on your part.

Choosing and following a schedule of regular "preventative maintenance" on the above systems of your car is one of the best pieces of advice that anyone can give to you and could very well pay off big time in the long run. We wish you all many miles of pleasant driving with your Lincoln.

Sincerely,

Bill and all of the Guys and Gals at Lincoln Land