Replacing car parts can be expensive, but not if you buy used auto parts. Check out our beginner’s guide to buying safe used auto parts here. Did you know that, in a single year, over 25 million tons of used auto parts are recycled – making cars the number one most recycled product in the world?
Several problems can make your car overheat. A leaky cooling system, blocked radiator, bad thermostat, or failed water pump are common causes. It’s the worst feeling you can have as a driver: the indisputable fact that something is wrong. Steam spews from under the hood while warning bells chime and lights flash from your dashboard.
Summer can be a brutal season for anything that moves. While all it takes for us to cool down is a cold drink and an air conditioner, your car requires a bit more attention in order to stay operational. That means paying attention primarily to how the car is functioning, and looking for small changes that can add up to big problems if left ignored. But preventing expensive repairs caused by heat damage can be easy and painless, as long as you know what to look for.