How does anti freeze wear out?
Antifreeze absorbs and releases heat constantly. Over time, this causes the antifreeze to break down.
It's due to the car over heating and it's usually because of cheap anti freeze or too much water in the mixture. (Probably a clogged radiator or a bad thermostat, too much water or "cheap anti-freeze" has nothing to do with it. They don't make "cheap" anti freeze. Anti-freeze is just that... anti-freeze!)
NO IT CAN NOT Anti freeze should also be called Anti boil. The same agents that protect the system from freezing in the winter perform the opposite task in the hotter months. Having the proper mixture of Anti freeze (anti boil) allows the temperature of the water to exceed the normal boiling point of 212 degrees. Eventually, water with anti freeze will boil, but usually not until it reaches about 265 degrees.
no, anti freeze doesnt warm a car up, the purpose of anti freeze is to keep your down at a certain temperature. the engine bock creates the heat the anti freeze keeps it at a certain temp. most of the time between 180-195 degrees <><><> When parked, anti-freeze lowers the temperature at which your coolant would freeze- does not make the car warmer, it allows it to get colder without damage. It also RAISES the…
Internal combustion engines are cooled by anti-freeze (AKA coolant). The anti-freez circulates the coolant through the engine and radiator. When the cooland flows through the radiator, the air passing though the radiator cools the anti-freeze, hence allowing cool anti-freeze to ciculate through engine, thus reducing temperature.