Radiators Articles

How to Change a Ford Taurus Water Pump

The water pump on the Ford Taurus is connected to the engine's main drive belt. It is one of the most important parts of the cooling system, as ...

How to Connect an Impact Gun to a Compressor

Removing rusted bolts can be a frustrating and time-consuming task. Sometimes, no matter how much penetrating oil you use, you just don't have ...

How to Identify the High and Low Sides for Freon

Identifying the high side port and the low side port for Freon on your vehicle's air conditioning system is of the utmost importance when ...

How to Recognize Signs That You Have a Blown Head Gasket

The cylinder head gasket is a thin metal template that sits between the cylinder head and the engine block. The gasket provides an airtight seal that ...

How to Drain Engine Coolant From a KIA Sportage

Although most people don't do it, you should flush your cooling system every 40,000 miles to get out any sediments or deposits that may be in ...

How to Clean a PCV Valve

All combustion engine automobiles have a positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) valve. This valve allows built-up gases to escape from the engine ...

What Are the Causes of a Busted Radiator?

The radiator is the sweat gland of the engine. It cools the engine down when it is hot and keeps all the pieces smoothly running. The radiator ...

How to Troubleshoot Car Heater Problems

A car heater works by blowing air from the heated engine over a heater core and funneling it into the vehicle compartment. All components need to be ...

How to Bleed the Radiator on a Neon

When you flush or replace the coolant or antifreeze in your Neon you will need to bleed the radiator to get rid of any air that is trapped inside. ...