How to Tell If a Radiator Cap Is Bad?


If you have any issues with your vehicle overheating, one of the first things you should check is the radiator cap. They are fairly inexpensive to replace. If you have bubbles in the coolant expansion reservoir, that may be telling you that you have a bad radiator cap, If you know you have enough coolant and you replaced the radiator cap and you're still having problems, then the next step is to look at the head gasket.
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1. Inspect the radiator cap for visual defects. Look for broken seals and push the spring on the bottom of the cap in. The spring should bounce back. 2. Moisten the seal on the cap
The cooling system on a car has to be pressurized, which a bad radiator cap fails to produce. It can cause overheating, therefore resulting in engine damage (i.e. blown head gasket)
A bad radiator cap or a hose with the smallest leak will allow air to be drawn into
Yes it will by letting coolant overflow at too low of a pressure. This can also happen if you have the wrong radiator cap for your engine. The wrong pressure rating.
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