Car or Truck Always Overheating? Is it Safe to Add Coolant and Keep Driving?

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Published on 25 Jun 2022, 20:01
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Is your car or truck always overheating? Are you wondering if it's ok to just keep adding coolant and keep driving? Odds are, it's not. And you probably have a leak! Coolant leaks can come from many places: hoses, housings, sensors, and gaskets. In this video, Sue shows you how to trace a coolant leak to its source, and how to identify when your car or truck has a dreaded internal head gasket leak! Check out the video to learn some tips and tricks to solve your coolant problems with parts you can find at 1A Auto! Click the link above to see what parts we have for your car or truck!

🔧 List of tools used:
• Yellow Shaded Glasses
• Ultraviolet Flashlight
• Flashlight
• Floor Jack
• Jack Stands
• Wheel Chock


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