Car Engine Damage From Overheating?

Answer Extensive damage occurs in an engine that runs in an overheated state for a prolonged period of time. This is the reason almost all vehicles are equipped with a heat gauge or with a sensor that war... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Car Engine Damage From Overheating

What Damage Can Occur From an Engine Overheating?

Consider this: If only about 30 percent of the energy in your vehicle's gasoline goes into making horsepower (and it does), then the engine produces more than twice as much thermal energy than it d... Read More »

How to Prevent Engine Damage After Overheating?

Overheating is not only a sign that something is wrong with your vehicle, it can also cause additional damage such as increasing wear and tear, blowing a head gasket and blowing the radiator or rad... Read More »

How to Stop an Engine from Overheating?

If your car's cooling system is not working properly, heat can destroy your car's engine. If you notice your car starting to overheat, taking the following steps can help prevent harm to your vehic... Read More »

How to Prevent an Engine Overheating?

The engine in your vehicle, tractor or lawnmower will perform more efficiently and last longer if it is not allowed to overheat. Overheating of engines can be an especially difficult problem to han... Read More »