Stop in today and have your overheating issue diagnosed.

An overheated engine can be caused by anything that decreases the cooling system’s ability to absorb, transport and dissipate heat; therefore engines can overheat for a variety of reasons.
If your coolant is entirely gone from a serious leak or your vehicle continues to overheat when driving, don’t try to drive the vehicle. Call a tow truck instead. Driving an overheating vehicle means that it could lock up in just a few minutes, and that will absolutely ruin your engine.

Common issues than can cause a vehicle’s engine to overheat include:

  • Cooling System Leaks
  • Wrong Coolant Concentration
  • Faulty Thermostat
  • Blocked Coolant Passageways
  • Faulty Radiator
  • Worn/Burnt Hoses
  • Faulty Radiator Fan
  • Loose or Broken Belt
  • Faulty Water Pump

When you notice that temperature gauge creeping up above what’s normal (usually above ½ of the dashboard indicator range) pull your vehicle over to a safe place off of the roadway. Try to assess how quickly overheating is happening. If the temperature dial goes all the way up, and water or steam starts shooting out from under the hood, it’s best to call a tow truck. Also remember: do not open the radiator cap if your car overheats, the system is under pressure and you could get burned.

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