A leaking car radiator can cause your engine to overheat, causing serious damage to your engine. Find out how to identify the symptoms early and fix them with K-Seal.
The most common symptoms of radiator leaks and radiator failure include:
All three of these symptoms relate to coolant leaks. The best way to check if you have a coolant leak is to check your car radiator’s water and coolant levels every two weeks or so.
On most cooling systems, there will be a visible maximum and minimum level indicator that car owners can use to judge the level of coolant – ideally it will always be between those two marks. Coolant levels will decrease naturally, but a large drop over a short space of time will indicate a car radiator leak.
Sure signs of a car radiator leak include:
If you’re willing to keep topping the radiator up and the symptoms don’t worsen, your engine will keep running for a time, but eventually the engine will break down.
In our experience, you shouldn’t drive at all once you’ve discovered one of these symptoms of a car radiator leak. Instead, we recommend you:
K-Seal will permanently repair your car radiator leak straight away, putting a stop to those troublesome symptoms and saving your wallet from costly radiator leak repairs.