The Causes of Low Engine Coolant Levels?

Answer Your vehicle’s coolant system helps to keep engine heat at recommended levels for your car’s optimum operation. This system includes multiple components: a radiator, a water pump, an overflow r... Read More »

Top Q&A For: The Causes of Low Engine Coolant Levels

How to Check Car Engine Coolant Levels?

Your car's engine coolant dissipates any excess heat the engine produces when running. This keeps your engine from over heating in the summer and freezing in the winter. Maintaining the proper leve... Read More »

Causes of Engine Coolant Leak?

A car's coolant helps to keep the engine from overheating. The coolant is moved from the engine to the radiator, where it is exposed to air through the vents in the radiator. The air cools the coo... Read More »

Causes of Coolant Leaking From the Engine Manifold?

Coolant leaks are often the cause when a car's engine overheats. A leak can occur anywhere in the cooling system and is usually easy to find, as the coolant can often be seen spraying, seeping, bub... Read More »

Why Won't the Engine Coolant Go Back Into the Radiator When the Engine Cools Down?

A car's radiator does its job of cooling the engine by forcing the coolant/water mixture through the cooling system and into the engine in a cycle, bringing the coolant temperature down before cycl... Read More »