Common Radiator Problems?

Answer The radiator circulates coolant through the engine block and back into the radiator to drain heat. When the radiator malfunctions the coolant gets too hot as it circulates; this causes the coolant ... Read More »

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Common Causes of Oil in a Radiator?

A vehicle's engine is designed to hold together under severe pressures and stresses. A number of fluids travel in and around the parts of an engine for lubrication, cooling or as part of the combus... Read More »

Radiator Fan Problems?

The radiator fan in any car provides cool air to the engine block. This fan helps lower engine temperatures, regulate hot and cool air for the passengers, and circulate radiator fluid through the e... Read More »

Radiator Coolant Problems?

Radiator coolant is an important aspect of a car's heating and cooling system, helping to prevent the engine from freezing and locking up, which would result in a total loss of the engine.

How to Diagnose Radiator Problems?

Do you smell burnt coolant coming from under the hood of your car or truck? The smell of burning antifreeze can be intoxicating not to mention all the smoke that pours out from every crevasse of th... Read More »