Coolant Leak and Car Overheated?


If a coolant leaks and a car overheats, this may be because the coolant level is low, if the thermostat is bad, and if the water is failing. It can still be caused by the air trapped in the cooling system, a clogged radiator, and the radiator cap which needs to be replaced.
Q&A Related to "Coolant Leak and Car Overheated?"
If you have lost a sufficient amount of coolant this will stop the heater working because there will be no hot water in the heater rad.
1. Turn off your car's ignition and wait until both the engine and the cooling system have cooled. You will needlessly risk serious injury if you start poking around in an engine
Post pics, mods and other related info of your ride ; please post one topic per car with make and model info in the title.
Open the hood and inspect the engine and cooling system for any sig...
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