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The most important things to know if your engine overheats

The most important things to know if your engine overheats
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According to the reliability and dependability data collected by experts like J.D. Power and Associates and Consumer Reports, automakers have become good at building cars that are unlikely to break down and leave you stranded on the side of the road. In many cases, new-car problems are electronic in nature, and engine and driveline problems are reported much less commonly.

Still, with the summer travel season seeing Canadians from coast to coast pushing their vehicles harder than ever during the hottest days of the year, engine overheating becomes a more serious possibility — and that’s especially true if you haven’t had your vehicle’s cooling system inspected, or given some recent TLC by a professional.
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