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.
Inside your engine is a set of valves that open and close inside the combustion chamber. This is what allows fresh fuel and air to enter the chamber and the … Continue Reading What’s In A Water Pump And Timing Belt Replacement Kit?
With summer on the horizon, we start thinking about road trips and summer drives with family and friends. You make sure the luggage is packed, the oil is changed, and … Continue Reading Know-How Notes: Common Radiator Failures
The largest component to your vehicle’s cooling system is the radiator, but did you know that the radiator is also connected to your transmission and in some cases your engine’s oiling system too? Inside your radiator are smaller radiators that help keep your transmission fluid and engine oil cool as well. The basic radiator consists of two tanks with a set of tubes…