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To prevent overheating from taking place within the engine of your automobile from Surprise Ford, there is a process that involves the cooling and releasing of this pressure throughout driving somewhere. If you allow this heat to build up, serious problems can evolve over a short period. Let our service department know if we can help you with any engine trouble that you're having.

The Cooling System in Your Ford

Your engine block has coolant inside of it, which will prevent heat from building up to an unsafe level as your engine runs. Leaks can occur in the areas where this coolant resides and travels, which can disrupt the cooling process.

Your Water Pump and a Potential Leak

When you turn on your vehicle and your engine starts to run, there is a fan belt inside your water pump, which will help your car cool down. The centrifugal force in this impeller pump will allow for the cooling process to continue as you drive. Broken belts and hoses within the pump can break.

Radiator Function and Built-Up Pressure

As the coolant heats up in your engine, your radiator hose releases pressure that has built up. With many working parts within your radiator, a lot can go wrong if something isn't working right. Our technicians can sort through each part to figure out the problem.

Thermostat Functions

Blocking coolant from entering your engine can help raise the internal temperature. You can lower pressure and temperature by opening up the valve. The key to this maintenance of heat is relying on the valve to open and close. If malfunctions occur, you can be faced with an overheating engine.

Contact Surprise Ford in Surprise if you would like to learn more about how your cooling system works. We can point out some things that you can keep an eye on at home to ensure that your vehicle is in top shape. If you notice that your engine is overheating, don't put off contacting us for a service appointment.

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