Seeing the “Check Coolant Level” warning on your dashboard is often a sign you’re about to have a very bad day.
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…
Is a radiator leak leaving a puddle under your car? Here’s how to take care of it.
Drivers who use their personal vehicles for work should keep these maintenance tips in mind.
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
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
Ignoring low engine coolant for too long could lead to serious problems inside your engine.