Radiators and Auto Care

in Carseldine

Northside Radiators and Auto Care Carseldine

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Carseldine is no stranger to Northside Radiators and Auto Care. It is a name that the city banks upon when it comes to repair and service of Copper/Brass Radiators as well as Heater Cores for a wide spectrum of machinery, vehicles, and equipment. Our humble beginnings as Brett’s Northside Radiators in 1968 family business, have helped us stay humble even after more than half a century of confidence from our clientele in Carseldine. 

Our customer service per se is something not only we but also our clients are proud of. When you have a service provider you can be confident about, it is one less thing on your plate. 

Our client base in Carseldine trusts us for our services in car repair & maintenance, car air conditioning & radiator repair & maintenance, log book service,  car brake repair, auto replacement parts, suspension repair & replacement, and more. If it is your first time hiring our services, rest assured that we don’t like to let any of your customers down.

Our Services

Air Conditioning

If you’re looking for a car air conditioning service that’s near you and that you do not have to worry about, Northside is it. We’re the cooling specialists and that is all the more reason for you to trust us.

Brake Repairs

We’re known for our reliable brake specialists in Carseldine. Be it repair or replacement of your car brakes or any other auto brakes, we’re the ones you can trust for a great service delivery at your convenience.


Interested in saving money and auto warranty with a great car logbook service? We’d love to help you out. Our experts have the requisite experience in this kind of repair & maintenance for your vehicle.

Maintenance & Repairs

Leverage the best of car maintenance & repair services from the experts. Northside Radiators and Auto Care know your car inside out. Let us take care of your car for you.

Suspension & Shock Absorbers

Looking for the best shock absorbers in town? We have them and we will help you with repair and replacement whenever you need it. Trust us for everything shock absorbers and suspensions


In need of a service that can take care of the overall health of your car radiator? Northside does if for you. Trust us for the service, repair, and replacement of your radiators.


1. How often should I get my car/machinery/equipment radiator checked?
It is actually the owner’s manual of your car/truck/machinery/equipment etc that prescribes the span after which the radiator needs service. Nevertheless, it is more of a general rule to get it checked and coolant serviced by our radiator repairs in Aspley around every 30,000 miles or every five years, whichever occurs first.
2. How often do I need car maintenance?
While generally, every car service recommends that you get your car’s maintenance and service scheduled at least once a year or every 10,000-12,000 miles, whichever occurs first.

Apart from that, if you notice any unusual noise or smell from any part of the car, it is advisable to get it checked immediately.

3. How does a log book service save me money?
When your vehicle is serviced as per your vehicle manufacturer’s directives and specifications (vehicle service log book), your vehicle’s warranty can be maintained. That way, you won’t need to get your new vehicles serviced only by your dealer/agency just to maintain the manufacturer’s warranty. You can get it serviced from the auto care provider that you trust.
4. Should I keep checking my car’s air conditioner regularly even if it’s working fine?
We recommend that you get your car’s air conditioning serviced at least every two years from Northside air conditioning services, even if it is functioning normally. Regular service ensures longer life of the component as well as efficient function.

This service must include the 25 point system check, no step of which should be missed; complete evacuation; oiling and dying (if needed); recharging the system to adequate level; and the last, but not the least, system performance test.

5. When should I replace my vehicle’s brake pads?
We generally take the wear out time of the brake pads to begin somewhere after the 20,000 to 30,000 miles. But there are several factors involved, so the mile mark may be different for vehicles that have been handled differently.

If the brake lag becomes evident to you or you notice a screeching or grinding sound, especially a high pitched one as you brake, schedule a check with your car brakes service.
Any delay can cause damage to the rotors which are expensive to replace.

6. When do I know that something is wrong with my car/truck suspension?
There are a score of telltale signs that indicate a bad/worn out/damaged suspension. You can easily find the signs of damaged suspension or shock absorbers online

  • You feel the pull to one side while driving
  • One of the corner sits low when parked
  • You face difficulty as you steer
  • You feel every bump on the road
  • The car squats to the back when you accelerate
  • The car nose dives when you brake
  • There is too much body roll as you cut a curve

If anything of the sort is happening, it’s time to get your car’s suspension checked.

Client Testimonials

Just wanted to thank you Justin at Northside Radiators and Automotive...  Left my car to have new radiator, and a service to my Air Conditioner. All done without any fuss on time as promised. I have just been down the coast and back car is running like a charm and I enjoyed the comfort of the Air Con working as it should once again... I definitely recommend Northside Radiators and Automotive if you want the job done right, and on time, Justin is professional and goes that extra mile for his clients.... Support your local small Business

Robyn Smith


Fantastic customer service at a realistically fair price for quality workmanship.

Stephen Hammersley


Thanks to Justin for getting the old girl back on the road after an early morning collision with a roo. Justin gave a range of price options and excellent advice. Cheers!

Mark Galeano