Car Coolant

What is normal coolant range?

For most vehicles, the normal operating temperature will range from about 195-220 degrees Fahrenheit. It does not sounds like 210 degrees is too high. Why is my car overheating when the coolant is full? In general, it’s because something’s wrong within the cooling system and heat isn’t able to escape the engine compartment. The source …

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Can coolant be too cold?

Here’s the thing, though – just like an engine can run too hot, it can also run too cold. As it turns out, every engine has its optimal working temperature that revolves around 200F, give or take. Every engine is different in this regard. Some work at temps closer to 100C, others work at much …

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What coolant does in a car?

Coolant is a liquid that’s added to a car’s engine cooling system. It’s usually a dilution of antifreeze. It stops the water in the system from freezing under normal cold weather conditions and it also raises its boiling point. Along with a pressurised system, this helps to reduce the risk of overheating. Can I mix …

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