You can warp the head and crack the block if you keep it running for too long while its overheating, that's only two things. Fix the problem before you blow the engine.
my car isn't steaming only in drive but not overheating.
Your car is overheating when idle because there may be a lack of oil or water in the engine. It can also be a problem with the engine itself. If your car is overheating, simply contact a wrecker or a road assistance company. The police are also available to assist you.
You should not buy a car with overheating problems. This means that it will not serve the purpose and will develop other mechanical problems.
It means the car is overheating.
your car is broken
There are several reasons why your car may be overheating. Check the thermostat to be sure it isn't stuck. If the car revs up and down, the timing may need to be adjusted.
I'm going to guess your answer is right there in your question, the car is overheating. Find the cause of the overheating and it might just fix your problem.
Either the water pump impeller is loose on it's shaft, or you have a leaking head gasket.
Genrally depends on Trasmission of what? Generally answer can be overheating or undercooling
It could just be that the water pump is not properly working. Have you checked all the could-be causes for your car overheating if not then do so.
If the engine is not overheating and the temp gauge reads normal, the thermostat is doing its job. If the engine is overheating, the thermostat may be stuck and in need of replacement.
if the temperature goes up on ur gauge but it is not overheating means ur thermostat is no good
If the temperature goes above the normal range of 195 to 220 degrees F, then the vehicle is indeed overheating.
In brief, you will blow the engine.
You may have installed the thermostat backwards.
the car will break or shut off automaticly
It's possible, but a bit doubtful.
To prevent the engine from overheating.
Gently pump the brake pedal.
Could be from a variety of things. Commonly overheating occurs when the car is low on coolant, broke thermostat or the radiator needs repairs.
if the engine is smoking and overheating the head gasket is blown or you popped a freeze plug
I dont understand, is your car overheating or do you think your switch is overheating? Switches do not overheat, if they become hot to the touch there is a grounding problem which would have most likely blown a fuse at some point.
Check the thermostat, it may be stuck in place.