Coolant

by Andrew Automoto2. January 2014 09:31
Coolant: A liquid or gas that is used to remove heat from something.Engine Coolant is a fluid that flows through your Engine to prevent it from overheating, by transferring the heat produced by the engine to a device that dissipates the heat. Coolant is used to reduce the temperature of the engine or to stop the water in your engine from freezing in the cooler months. Coolant also prevents rust and corrosion in your radiator, engine and the vehicles heater.[More]

How to change your Coolant.

by Andrew Automoto2. January 2014 09:26
When changing your Engine coolant it is important you use the right type of coolant. There are 3 different types of coolant Orange/red, Yellow and green. All three types of Coolant come with a Ethylene glycol and water base, however it is the chemicals added that separate the three different coloured Coolant [More]

What is Antifreeze?

by Andrew Automoto2. January 2014 09:23
Antifreeze is a liquid, typically one based on ethylene glycol, which can be added to water to lower the freezing point, chiefly used in the radiator. In countries that reach 0° Celsius Coolant is also known as Antifreeze.While the coolant stops the vehicles engine from overheating, Antifreeze stops the engine from freezing during those cold winter months.[More]