Taking care of your vehicle is important to keep it in optimal condition. If you notice that your engine is overheating, it should be inspected by a mechanic immediately. When an engine that overheats isn’t inspected, it can cause damage to the cylinders, valves, pistons, and bearings, which can be costly to repair. If you want to know why your vehicle’s engine may be overheating, read further.

Coolant levels that are too low is one of the most common reasons an engine will overheat. Coolant is expected to decrease with use, but another reason an engine may overheat is a clogged radiator. In addition, when a water pump, radiator, thermostat, and/or hose is faulty, it can cause an engine to overheat.

If your engine is overheating, visit our service center at Pines Lincoln in Pembroke Pines, FL to have your engine inspected.

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