Car radiators perform a critical cooling function of the vehicle below the internal combustion generated by the combustion of gasoline or diesel. Radiators problems can quickly put a car out of service. A common culprit is a leak of coolant from the radiator itself or its hoses. Diagnosis of general radiator leak problems, unless defective from the start, a new radiator will go years before there are no leaks. If the radiator escapes, the problem becomes more evident when the engine is hot and the water pressure has accumulated. If the leak can be identified, it can be arranged with products that are sold in auto parts stores. Simply connect the patch and then let it dry and harden.
Using the liquid seal radiator
A second strategy to stop minor radiator leaks and complete the patches is to use liquid radiator sealant. Pour the sealant directly into the radiator and then allow the engine to run for about 20 minutes.
Leaks in radiator caps
Sometimes coolant could get out of radiator caps. Over time, acid compounds and gas can accumulate inside radiator plugs, causing corrosive compounds to accumulate. As a result, the lid can no longer close as firmly as intended. The best time to see the lid is when the engine is hot and running. However, do not attempt to open the lid with the hot engine. The best solution for a permeable cover is the purchase of a new one. It is quite cheap
Repair rust radiator and locks
Radiator problems can occur when acidic compounds accumulate in the small holes inside the radiator itself. Initially, buildup can cause overheating, but not a leak. Eventually, however, a leak could cause the pressure to increase overheating in the radiator and its hoses. Before that happens, drain the radiator, and use a special cleaning solution to clean the interior, such as Super Radiator Flush, 1201. For thorough cleaning and cleaning, remove the radiator from the vehicle. Then, after draining the wash solution, fill the radiator with regular coolant.
Clamp joint leaks.
Hose clamps over time can cause leaks. Check the flange that connects the hose of the water pump to the metal end of the radiator. The clamp may just need a hardening of some notches. If it is defective, the clamp must be replaced. Before doing so, remove the liquid. After installing the new clamp and replacing the tube, tighten the clamp (but not over tighten). Fill the coolant, start the vehicle and make sure the leak is solved.
Water leakage from the hose and replacement
Hose leaks are generally easy to detect. When the engine is hot, you can see a jet of hot water coming from a point of the hose that is under pressure. Once you identify the exhaust pipe, remove it. Use a container to trap the coolant. Make sure you find the correct spare part, since not all hoses are the same. If the two old hose clamps are still good, place them in the new hose and insert it into place. Squeeze both ends of the clamps firmly and refill the coolant. After running the car, inspect the new hose to make sure the problem has been resolved.
Advice and warning
For a healthy radiator, you should wash once every two years at the end of autumn. Make sure the coolant level is full at all times, Blouses and shirts when necessary. Never try to open the radiator when the engine is running and hot. The pressure inside the radiator could force hot coolant to burst in the radiator, causing serious injury.