What cause a car to OVERHEAT?


The following are common causes a car to OVERHEAT:

 

  • LEAK in the COOLING SYSTEM – From Radiator, Water pump, Hoses, Head gasket or Thermostat housing.

  • COOLANT Issues – like having the wrong coolant in your car, or if the coolant-to-water ratio is off.

  • BLOCKED Coolant HOSES from dirt or road sediment

  • RADIATOR Problems like Leaks, Clogs or Problems with the Radiator fan.

  • WATER PUMP Failure.

  • BAD THERMOSTAT.

  • Blown HEAD GASKET.

  • Low COOLANT LEVEL.

  • Improperly CIRCULATING COOLANT.

  • Worn Out or BURST HOSES.

  • Loose or Broken BELTS.

  • CONDENSE COOLANT.

  • LOW LEVEL of OIL - Which helps with the cooling process and prevents the buildup of excessive heat

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