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If you mean engine coolant is getting into the car, the heater core is leaking coolant causing the coolant level to drop and that causes the engine to over heat.

It means that you engine is overheating. Check your water coolant level and oil levels. DO NOT continue to drive the car until the problem is resolved, an over hot engine will cease and after that happens you will need a new engine.

You don't need to keep your engine cool, Your car has a radiator system that will pump water/coolant to keep your engine cool. If you're engine is overheating, have someone who knows what they are looking for pinpoint the cause of the problem.

If by water you mean engine coolant, yes. Loss of coolant, antifreeze, is a major cause of overheating.

If by water you mean engine coolant, yes. Loss of coolant, antifreeze, is a major cause of overheating.

1) Your engine is overheating and the coolant is boiling. Or 2) Exhaust is leaking into the coolant, probably through a bad head gasket or cracked head.

You are probably low on coolant. You need coolant to heat the cabin and cool the engine. Add more coolant and take your vehicle to a shop to find/fix the leak.

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.

Protects, no. The only temp sensor is the coolant temp sensor. The car will run until the engine is ruined if allowed to continue overheating.

No thermostat, no coolant, no waterpump. Basically you have no coolant circulating.

Stop, pull over, shut off your engine, and call for assistance. You can cause serious damage by overheating your car.

Because they have an engine and if the engine cant have a break it will explode.~There can be several reasons, depending on the car/truck and the overheating problem. Check the basics after it has cooled awhile i.e. Check hoses, fan belt, oil level, coolant level and look for obvious coolant leaks. If those things are OK, give it another try and I bet it will start. NOTE: This should be a reminder to have the vehicle serviced ASAP.

Low coolant. If the coolant is low then the heater core is not able to transfer heat in to the car.

If you have odors coming from the engine area you probably have something leaking be it oil, engine coolant or exhaust. If the engine is overheating, a radiator flush may or may not help because there are several reasons why it could be overheating. Take it to a trusted mechanic for diagnoses.

Check coolant level Check the operation of the cooling fan

You shouldnt, the problem could be as simple as low coolant, a bad thermostat, or a clogged/dirtyradiator. All relatively easy fixes that will cost about $20 to take care of (if you do it yourself). Overheating your engine can damage it to the tune of a multi-thousand dollar repair or replacement.

The cooling system in your car (radiator) cycles fluid (water with anifreeze/coolant) through your engine to keep it from overheating. It carries heat away from the engine.

There is something wrong with your radiator that it is not cooling your engine coolant. The heater has a little rad in it that sends heat to the cabin and thereby cooling the engine coolant also. If you stop the heat then your engine returns to overheating. Get this fixed or engine replacement will be in your future.

You need to double check that coolant, white smoke is a sure sign of a blown head gasket, especially when added to an overheating issue.

White smoke is coolant burning off. You have a coolant leak or the engine is overheating. Have this looked at by a professional ASAP, and stop driving the car.

Yes, it sure can. Also a blown head gasket can cause overheating. If you are loosing coolant with no apparent leak, suspect either. White smoke, and a sweet smell from the exhaust are sure signs of a problem. Stop driving the car until you have it repaired or you will severely damage the engine.

Depending on the year, make, model and engine info, it could run poorly if at all and the engine cylinders and/or crankcase could fill with coolant.

No, the starter has nothing to do with the engine overheating. Possible causes are.Low of coolantThermostat stuck closedCooling fan not workingBlown head gasket (very serious, stop driving the car)Clogged radiator

If the engine is overheating, it is most likely one of three things: 1. It could be that the coolant pump is not working 2. There may be a leak or obstruction somewhere in the radiator, heater core, engine coolant channels, or one of the various tubes connecting them 3. after a while, the thermostat that controls the flow of coolant to the engine may give out and need to be replaced. This is the least costly repair to make and should be checked fore first.

if the car is not overheating it can be the coolant senser.More info is needed to give you a more accurate answer, are you loseing coolant?does your engine backfire ?have you checked your thermostat?

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