How is your heat? Overheating can cause damage generally to head gasket, cylinder head or thermostat. See other posts regarding headgaskets in this forum. answer you can damage whole engine thru overheating but if u had no coolant leak when overheating occurred, u need to check water pump and thermostat in engine
It is possible for a Macbook to get damaged when it overheats. The hard drive is the most affected by overheating in Macbooks, but other hardware can be affected by overheating.
Hopefully, it's the thermostat... but, if the engine has seriously overheated it could be a damaged head gasket caused by a warped head. Engine heads will warp slightly when the engine overheats, then there is insufficient pressure on the head gasket and the gasket will leak.
A blown radiator hose could not cause a 2000 Dodge Durango to not have spark and not start unless the heat damaged the computer in the vehicle. Sometimes when an engine overheats, the computer that controls the firing can be damaged.
you may have damaged the head gasket.
It could be coming from the water pump, or from the bottom radiator hose. If it is the water pump, change it before the engine overheats. If the engine in any GM product overheats, you will likely be installing a new one or rebuilding the old.
Oil on engine burning as engine overheats. Sort of common sense, don't ya think?
this could be due to defective or clogged thermostat
The life of the engine unless the engine overheats.
Depends on how it is damaged. if the electrode is bad then your engine will run rough. If the porcelain is cracked you could loose compression. it just depends.
You have reinstall the head gasket. It has been not tighten enough or damaged. Anyway the replacement was not done properly.
Fan could be broken. Pump could be broken. Could be al leak. Or something else. At least: is serious! Could ruin engine foregood. Get it fixed.
Your question is not clear...
It could be your serpentine belt, thermostat or water pump.
If an engine overheats the metal parts expand and the engine will seize up. A seized engine is usually unrepairable.
Could be low coolant, but most diesel motors are set to shut down if that occurs. You could have broken a fan belt, you could have a bad thermostat, or a bad water pump. The engine fault codes might be able to pinpoint it for you, as well.
You can blow a head gasket or the head can crack or be warped.
If there is a pinging sound in a 1995 Honda Civic engine, the engine could be out of oil. If the engine was operated with no oil for a period of time, the rings and pistons could have become damaged or broken.
It could be the fan switch mounted on the n/s of the radiator. Easy job, but if you've overheated the engine there may be further problems. Phil
Generally, it's not a recommended practice for any engine. An older, more worn engine could be damaged by it.
If your question means there is no warning when the engine overheats, here are some possible reasons: --temperature sensor in engine and/or cooling system has failed. --fuse has blown in the circuit that provides power to the temperature sensor, warning gauge or light. --bulb in warning light is broken. --temperature gauge is no longer working. --wiring between some or all of these components is damaged or missing. Driving without a working temperature gauge or light is risky for your wallet. If the car overheats without giving a warning, by the time the driver notices steam coming from under the hood, the engine may already be permanently damaged or destroyed.
Ruin it if it overheats with no lubricantProbably seize
Anytime the engine overheats you have the possibility of blowing the head gasket.
Assuming you mean the cooling system overflow. If so: * A worn or damaged coolant cap can cause coolant release long before the engine heats up. * an overfilled cooling system will release coolant when the engine warms. * If an engine overheats, either from low coolant, damaged or plugged radiator or worn out or damaged water pump or thermostat, the heat from the engine will turn remaining coolant to steam, creating quite a bit of pressure. * Once an engine has overheated it is possible that the head or block have been damaged. Damage can be either a warped head or as severe as a cracked head or block. You need to determine WHICH has caused the excessive pressure.
The valve cover on a typical engine is a non wearing part. If it were damaged it could be bent, warped or cracked and could be the source of an engine oil leak.
could be many things, most likely it needs oil, needs coolant, or it could just have a faulty thermostat, simple