There's nothing worse than driving down the road one second, and the next second your vehicle has smoke coming out from under the hood. Your temperature gauge on your dashboard shows that your vehicle is overheating. A few seconds ago everything was fine. What could possible have gone wrong? There are a number of reasons why a vehicle might overheat.

If you have a leak in your cooling system, this will result in air being able to work itself into the system. An airlock occurs when the air rises to the top of the cooling system. You could also have a blockage in this system that is preventing it from functioning properly.

The water pump in your cooling system is incredibly important when it comes to keeping everything regulated. With regular wear and tear, the water pump can require repairs and maintenance.


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