Why Your Engine Overheats

Your car engine overheating can ultimately cause long term damage to the vehicle. Overheating can cause damage to cylinders, bearings, and valves. For this reason, it is important to understand what can cause your vehicle to overheat. Warning signs of your engine overheating should never be ignored and should be addressed immediately.

A lack of coolant is the most common reason for an engine overheating. Your vehicle's coolant system will not work properly if your coolant level is too low. If you observe a significant drop in the fluid levels, you should check for coolant leaks or the possibility of a clogged radiator. You should make sure you use the coolant ratio recommended for your specific vehicle.

A faulty radiator can also contribute to your engine overheating. Aside from this, when a water pump malfunctions, it can ultimately lead to leaks or cause problems that can cause the engine to overheat.

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