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  • Mon 7:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Fri 7:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Tue 7:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Sat 7:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Wed 7:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Sun Closed
  • Thu 7:00AM - 5:00PM

Auto A/C & Heating Services

Working Hours
  • Mon 7:00AM - 5:00PM
    Tue 7:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Wed 7:00AM - 5:00PM
    Thu 7:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Fri 7:00AM - 5:00PM
    Sat 7:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Sun Closed

Auto A/C & Heating Services


A Comprehensive Assessment of Your Heating and Cooling System Comprises of:

  • Examination of internal controls and blower
  • Inspection of radiator coolant temperature, hoses, radiator cap pressure, and thermostat
  • Evaluation of the compressor belt
  • Thorough inspection of the system and seals for leaks or damage
  • Conducting a cooling system pressure test
  • Verification that A/C pressure meets manufacturer specifications
  • Measurement of the interior vent air temperature

Our Repair and Maintenance Services Include:

  • Fleet A/C Repair

Coolant FAQs

What is causing my coolant light to come on?

If the dashboard light is red, indicating your car is overheating then you should pull over as soon as it is safe to do so and switch off the engine. If the coolant level is low or there is another problem with your cooling system, you could cause serious damage by continuing to drive.


When should I do a coolant flush?

Your vehicle's owner's manual will recommend getting the coolant flushed about every 30,000 miles or three to five years, whichever comes first. Make sure to consult your owner's manual as some outline a more specific interval depending on the vehicle's make and model and your driving habits.


Why is my coolant leaking?

Corrosion within the radiator is the leading cause of a coolant leak. As the radiator tubes get older and weaker, sediment or debris collects inside and causes a leak. The sealing gasket between the tank and the radiator can also wear out, and lead to a leak.


How do I know what coolant I should use?

Your car's owner's manual provides a wealth of information. Follow the recommendations in your car's owner's manual to the letter unless otherwise recommended by the manufacturer or auto repair professionals. It will tell you what type of coolant is best to use in your vehicle. If you don't have a copy of your owner's manual, you can most likely find the information you need on the manufacturer's website.


Radiator FAQs

When should the radiator in my car be replaced?

Often, radiators will last for the entire life of a car. On average a radiator lasts 8 to 10 years. However, there are a few factors that can reduce a radiator's working life such as improper maintenance, driving habits and environmental conditions.


What does radiator service include?

Radiator service starts with draining the system. Then we flush the radiator and engine block, inspecting all hoses to make sure they're not cracked. Next we refill the radiator with fresh coolant and finish by pressure testing the radiator cap and cooling system.


What is causing my engine to overheat?

The most common reason a car overheats is a lack of coolant or a coolant leak. However, if you have an older vehicle, it may also indicate that it is time to replace your radiator, thermostat, water pump or heater core. If it continues to be a problem that you can't fix, your best bet is to bring it to our shop in San Marcos.


What is the average lifespan of a radiator?
While radiators usually last 8-10 years, some factors can shorten their lifespan. Watch for signs of deterioration to know when replacement is needed.

To learn more about our Heating and Cooling services, call us at 760-727-2055 or request a quote by clicking below:


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    I cannot speak highly enough of ready line and its employees! they were timely and accurate in their diagnosis, extremely competitive in their pricing and friendly to boot! I am a fleet maintenance manager of a large construction fleet, we have our own mechanics and shop, but on rare occasion we have to farm work out to other company's (when our work load becomes to heavy or is beyond our capabilities) ready line has helped us in both scenarios with great results.

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    We are a busy contracting firm with a fleet of 6 trucks. Our clients count on us to show up as promised. When one of our trucks breaks down we are dead in the water! BUT Ready Line comes to the rescue! We are extremely pleased with the service Ready Line Fleet provides. Not only are our trucks up and running promptly but the pricing is very fair and the service is always pleasant and professional. Bo & Paul are nice people and they provide a greatly appreciated service.

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    Great business and excellent staff! Derrick and Bo do a wonderful job with servicing clients and are pleasant to work with. Thank you!

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    We are a busy contracting firm with a fleet of 6 trucks. Our clients count on us to show up as promised. When one of our trucks breaks down we are dead in the water! BUT Ready Line comes to the rescue! We are extremely pleased with the service Ready Line Fleet provides. Not only are our trucks up and running promptly but the pricing is very fair and the service is always pleasant and professional. Bo & Paul are nice people and they provide a greatly appreciated service.

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    Excellent, professional, timely service.

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