Getting ready to put your classic car away for winter? Performing a radiator flush is a crucial job that should be done annually, and here’s how to do it.
Is a radiator leak leaving a puddle under your car? Here’s how to take care of it.
A failed heater core could lead to water inside your car and the strong smell of coolant. Use these tips to diagnose a faulty heater core.
Fall car care involves checking seven key fluids. Taking care of your car now is a way to avoid a breakdown in the winter.
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Water pump failure can put a real damper on your day. If you’ve just discovered a pool of coolant underneath your car or noticed it running hot, you might be … Continue Reading The Connection Between Coolant And Water Pump Failure
Thermostats are very simple mechanical control devices that work until they don’t. There is usually not much in-between partial function. While they are not expensive to replace, testing one that … Continue Reading Engine Thermostat Testing Tips and Tricks For Better Temp Control
Blowing a cylinder head gasket is a common mechanical emergency, but it’s not worth losing your own head over. Blown head gaskets are easy to prevent with regular check-ups. It’s … Continue Reading 3 Steps to Keep Cool and Avoid a Blown Head Gasket
Your car thermostat plays an important role in keeping your engine cool and safe. Learn how to change a bad one and stay on the road.
The thermostat is a simple device that keeps your engine cool and is relatively easy to change. Know the signs of a bad thermostat and keep your cool.