Radiator Coolant Problems?

Answer 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.

Top Q&A For: Radiator Coolant Problems

How to Add Coolant to a Radiator?

Engine coolant is stored inside the radiator and a small overflow container outside of the radiator. When the radiator is full of coolant and hot, this overflow will hold some of the coolant when t... Read More »

How to Check the Radiator Coolant?

Maintaining fluid levels in your car is a habit car owners should develop. Failing to do so can lead to headaches, frustrations and vehicle damages that could have been avoided. Maintaining the pro... Read More »

Radiator Coolant Is Leaking in the Oil?

Coolant is a mixture of antifreeze and water that is used to cool a vehicle's engine. The coolant runs through hoses and channels inside the engine and should not mix into the oil.

How to Replace Radiator Coolant?

The cooling system in your car plays a vital role in making sure that your engine functions properly. The system functions by running engine coolant, also known as antifreeze, through the engine bl... Read More »