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Do you know more about the reasons why a car engine overheats?

Do you know more about the reasons why a car engine overheats?

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Do you know more about the reasons why a car engine overheats?

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  1. Don’t Wait Too Long Before its too late, Call “Auto Max of Oregon in Canby” nowFor Trusted Engine Repair Shop Visit Our Official Car Shop Website: www.automaxoforegon.com Want to Keep Your Car Running Smooth? We are here to help you with!

  2. Are You Wondering: “What Does the Check Engine Light Mean?” Basically, if your check engine light comes on, then it may be a serious issues that wants immediate attention. Be sure to inspect your dashboard gauges and lights for a sign of low oil pressure or overheating. Don’t be panic in this condition, you should take your vehicle to a preferred auto repair shop for a diagnostic test where the expert mechanic will read the code and get trouble fixed as early as possible. Request an Appointment Online at: www.automaxoforegon.com

  3. Top 5 Reasons Why Your Car Engines Overheats For Your Vehicle! • Leak in the Cooling System -- This is one of the main causes of an engine hotness. If you get a leak in your radiator, water pump, hoses, head gasket or thermostat housing, your engine isn’t going to be able to cool correctly. • Coolant problems-- Even if there isn’t a leak in the cooling system there can be issues with the coolant in your vehicle’s radiator. If you put the wrong coolant in your vehicle, or if the coolant-to-water ratio is off, your engine may not cool correctly. • Blocked Hoses -- If there’s no leak and the coolant is correct, it could be one of the coolant hoses. Sometimes dirt or road sediment can settle into the engine’s cooling chambers and block the flow of coolant through one of the hoses. • Radiator issues-- Your vehicle’s radiator may be the culprit that is causing your engine to overheat. Radiators can have leaks or clogged channels or a faulty fan that prevents heat from correctly escaping your vehicle’s engine. • Broken Water Pump -- The water pump propels engine coolant throughout your engine’s cooling system. A faulty water pump can lead to a hotness engine. Common water pump issues include leaks, imbalance of the pump shaft, or eroded impeller vanes. “Proudly Serving Engine Repair Service To All the Vehicle Owners in Canby, OR & Other Surrounding Areas” Let’s Discuss With Our ASE Certified Auto Technicians: (503) 266-3246

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