Whether you’re a seasoned mechanic or just getting into automotive DIY, you can feel confident dealing with common car fluids.
A thermostat that is stuck closed will quickly cause your engine to overheat. When the thermostat gets stuck open, your engine takes considerably longer to warm up. You will notice … Continue Reading Know-How Notes: Cooling System Thermostat Replacement Tips
What could green fluid leaking from a car mean? Learn how to find the cause — and the solution.
Few things can get you down faster than a radiator leak. Aside from being a fairly pricey fix, a leaky radiator can quickly lead to overheating the engine. More often … Continue Reading How To Use AlumAseal ® Radiator Stop Leak
Here’s what to consider when deciding between water vs. antifreeze for your car’s cooling system.
What is OAT coolant? Can you mix it with HOAT or IAT?
These symptoms of a bad radiator will help you catch the culprit before it leaves you stranded.
Engines are complex machines with rapidly moving metal parts and small clearances. And as such, they generate a lot of heat. You already know that coolant is an integral part of keeping your engine from exploding, and you probably also know that you have multiple coolant options that aren’t interchangeable…
As temperatures drop, a very important liquid is at work in your car to help keep it running. Known traditionally as “antifreeze” and sometimes thought of as “coolant,” this fluid runs in a circular pattern under the hood to maintain the temperature for key components…
Your vehicle’s radiator is a vital component that helps keep the engine cool. Here are a few key signs to look for to know when to replace a car radiator.