There’s a dozen different reasons the car can overheat…you gotta pin point it. And the first thing is the most logical, you pressure test the system.
What to do if Your Car is Overheating and How to Prevent it – AAA
All sorts of elements in the car—a water pump, cooling fans, belts, and hoses—help keep coolant and air flowing through the vehicle constantly…
If any one of these systems fails, your car can overheat. Extreme outside temperatures—both hot and cold—can damage important components and lead to overheating. But it’s more common to overheat in high temperatures, which is part of what makes summer driving tough on cars.
Once your car overheats, you can’t keep driving: Your car isn’t up to the task, and you could cause further damage to the vehicle. Here’s what you need to know to ward off the conditions that lead to overheating—and the precise steps to follow if it occurs.