What do we mean by "blood test"? Think about why you would have one done at the doctor's office - to examine what may be going on inside and learn what's causing it. It's the same thing with fluids analysis for your RV, tow vehicle, bus, fleet vehicle or generator.
Engine oils and transmission fluids should be checked to insure that they have the proper oxidation resistance and viscosity, and not have any contaminants like wear metals, soot, improper fuel dilution, road debris or water where it doesn't belong. Coolant analysis can detect metal corrosion, combustion gas leaks, contamination, localized over-heating, or chemical breakdown.
When you have these fluids properly analyzed, you will receive a detailed, user-friendly report that will tell you exactly what may be going on in your engine so you can address any issues before they become a problem.
Most of us get our oils and fluids changed on a regular basis when we take our vehicles in for a tune up. But just getting the fluids changed is like throwing the baby out with the bath water. You lose valuable information on the condition of your engine and/or drive train, and knowledge about any concerns you should be aware of that could cost you significant engine repair costs or engine failure down the road.
If you're considering purchasing an RV, fluid analysis can be the final determining factor on whether to buy the RV or not. RV and large truck engine and transmission replacements can run in the thousands to tens of thousands of dollars. The lubricants and coolant analysis reports you receive will give you critical information on the health of the RV. Be sure to request this service when you schedule your RV inspection!
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