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3 Common Symptoms of Car Engine Seizing Up

The internal combustion engine contains many small metal components which move in harmony with one another. That is why when one of these components wears out or fails, it causes all the other components to be thrown off course. What’s…
Engine Overheat: Common Causes and Symptoms

It is common knowledge that internal combustion engines generate a lot of heat as they operate. In normal situations, there are two ways in which a car engine cools down while it is running. The main way is from being…
What do the Numbers on Motor Oil Mean

Most people have either changed the oil of their car themselves or they’ve taken their car to an auto servicing company and had professionals do it for them. An important aspect about oil changes involves choosing the right type of…
5 Tips to Flush a Car Radiator and Cost

An internal combustion engine gets very hot as it runs. With so many metal components moving quickly and rubbing together inside of the engine, all that friction creates an enormous amount of heat. The engine depends on coolant liquid to…
What Happens if the Oil Level is Too High

Every internal combustion engine requires oil to lubricate its parts. Vehicles have different size engines, depending on the weight and size of the vehicles themselves. The amount of oil that goes into the engine depends on the size of the…