Primary Causes of Engine Overheating

There are a number of primary reasons who automobile engines overheat. At the top of the list is an issue involving engine coolant. If you have too little coolant in an engine's system, it will overheat. If you don't dilute coolant properly, an engine has the potential to overheat. You also need to replace coolant on a regular basis to ensure that it remains as effective as possible.

Another reason why an engine may overheat is because of a malfunctioning water pump. Water pumps can become damaged. They also wear out over time. No matter the underlying cause, a malfunctioning water pump results in coolant not flowing through an engine system in an appropriate manner.

The key way to prevent engine overheating is to obtain regular routine service. The team at Ed Martin Acura stands ready to assist you with your service needs. We are located conveniently in Indianapolis.

 

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