Knowing how to cool an overheated engine quickly can keep you on the road and out of the repair shop. Here’s a quick list of things you can do.
How do you know if your water pump is wearing out? Here are some signs that your water pump is in trouble and what you should do if you see them.
Seeing the “Check Coolant Level” warning on your dashboard is often a sign you’re about to have a very bad day.
All GM trucks and SUVs used plastic heater hose connectors (disconnects) for the heater hoses from 1999-2014. The problem with this is that over time, the plastic becomes brittle and … Continue Reading How to Replace Chevrolet/GMC Heater Hose Connectors
Coolant can be highly toxic and needs to be handled with care. Learn how to dispose of antifreeze properly.
You know about oil, washer fluid and brake fluid, but what is antifreeze? Learn why antifreeze is important for your engine.
Keeping the engine bay clean is easy, but what about the cooling system? Here’s how to flush a radiator to keep it clean and operating smoothly.
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 Know-How Notes: How To Use AlumAseal ® Radiator Stop Leak