Articles by tag "Radiator"

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How To Replace A Damaged Radiator
Zaki Moulvi Wednesday, June 4, 2014

A radiator has the bad habit of breaking down at the most inopportune times.  Usually on the hottest day of summer, you will be cruising down to the beach with the A/C on full blast when you notice the temperature gauge has creeped into the red.  Or maybe it jumped, and what you notice ...

How to Prep Your Vehicle For Snow
Zaki Moulvi Monday, June 9, 2014

It might look pretty and all, but when you have to drive in the snow all thoughts of a winter wonderland quickly fly out the window.  Before that first flurry melts on your windshield, get your car ready for those brutal driving conditions. Be Prepared: Expect the best, prepare for the wor...

Engine Compartment Light Bulb
Zaki Moulvi Monday, June 23, 2014

Checking on oil levels and looking for torn hoses necessitates a light inside of your engine compartment or bay for a clear view of all your major motor parts.  Replacing the engine compartment light bulb will ensure that you are always looking at the right part. Inside of the Engine Compar...

Radiator
Zaki Moulvi Monday, June 30, 2014

The image of a radiator conjures up a vision of twisted metal and valves, going all the way back to the very first days of the steam engine. However, the modern radiator is something very different. It is a device at the heart of an automobile's coolant system that allows the engine to operate at...

Radiator Cap
Zaki Moulvi Monday, July 7, 2014

The primary function of the radiator cap is to serve as a vent for the build-up pressure inside a radiator. The pressure is created due to coolant fluid that gets overheated, and the cap is forced to direct the extra amount of coolant into the overflow tank. Another important function of the radi...

Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
Zaki Moulvi Monday, August 11, 2014

The engine cylinder head gasket is firmly compressed right between the engine block & the cylinder head. This gasket seals-in the internal combustion process. In addition, it prevents the coolant & oil from mixing with each other while these 2 fluids travel from the car’s engine blo...

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