The cooling system in your car is what keeps the engine cool - hence its name. It does this by redirecting the excess heat that gets trapped inside your engine right out of your vehicle. This helps guard against overheating and can save your engine from breaking down.
But when your vehicle's cooling system fails in its duty to protect your engine from overheating, problems could result. Your engine could overheat due to a decline in your antifreeze, or coolant levels. These happen as a result of a leak somewhere inside the radiator, so having it checked for any potential damage is the answer to your woes.
Having your cooling system working properly and without fail will keep you good and comfortable during the intense summer months. It will also help with other issues, such as maintaining a healthy temperature inside your engine. It does this by simply moderating the temperature and keeping it at a normal level as your engine is actively running.
The reason that your cooling system works so well is that it has six key components which work together to prevent overheating. It has a thermostat, plus a radiator, fan, and a water pump. Each has a job of its own to do to provide the type of combustion that's needed for turning fuel into heat, which is then recycled into the engine once more by the water pump. From there, it is mixed with the coolant right before it goes into the radiator before hitting the cooling fan. From there, it gets pulled out of the engine by the cooling fan and recycled back into your water pump once again.
And this is how your cooling system works. It allows the fluids to be reused all over again to protect your engine from heat damage. In the meantime, the thermostat serves as the security guard that protects your engine and keeps it from losing too much heat in the process. That's the reason your engine can run so well.
Breakdowns can happen anytime. If you need to have your cooling system repaired, simply bring your vehicle into our auto repair shop today!