Why is my antifreeze bubbling up and coming out my radiator overflow?

Answer could possibly be a blown head gasket, where the piston compresses, the compressed air blows by blown gasket into the cooling system, therefore pressurizing the cooling system... just first thought... Read More »

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Guidelines on Where to Put Radiator Overflow?

Antifreeze is any chemical added to water to lower its freezing point. In car engines, ethylene glycol and propylene glycol are most commonly used to help prevent freezing and overheating. Other ch... Read More »

How to Repair a Radiator Overflow Tube?

The radiator overflow container in your car catches excess coolant from the radiator and keeps it from spilling into the environment. A short length of hose, called a radiator overflow tube, connec... Read More »

How to Install a Radiator Overflow Tank?

Automobiles are manufactured with pressurized coolant systems that require overflow tanks to accommodate the expansion and contraction of coolant fluid. This reservoir tank is typically a transluce... Read More »

How to Fill a Radiator Overflow Tank?

Old cars need caring. After installing a sensor to indicate to me that the water level in the overflow tank had reached minimum, I needed a way to quickly fill it up to the maximum level.