The engine of every car usually runs perfectly on a temperature between 195 to 220 degrees on average. However, if a car exceeds this limit, it is likely to overheat. Having your car to run at a reasonable temperature is extremely important for an efficient fuel average. There are various factors or reasons that can lead a car to overheat, such as failure of the car's cooling system to evaporate, absorb and transport the heat, insufficient heat, and poor conductivity, exhaust issue, coolant level falling low, or a leakage in the coolant.
Overheating can result in various consequences, including some serious ones that include a decline in the health of your car's engine. Not only the engine can be affected, the car's cylinders, piston, and gasket are also at the risk of high damage.
Relax! Don't stress out because there are several ways that can help you to prevent your car and its engine from overheating. The best tip is to keep a regular check on your car's coolant and radiator as they become the most leading cause of overheating.
Refer to the infographic below and know some more great ways and save your car from overheating and internal damage.
Infographic by: Globaltintusa.com