Teaching my kids abouts cars
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Teaching my kids abouts cars

I think it's really important to know a bit about the internals of a car, so that when you are getting your car serviced you can talk intelligently with the auto technician. As well, there are many easy DIY jobs you can do on your car to save your some money which can make all the difference when you are young and starting out. This site is where I am recording everything I am teaching my kids about auto servicing, and because I think it will be useful to many other families as well. I hope you find it useful for your family.

Teaching my kids abouts cars

Four Safety Reasons To Get New Oil Coolers

Kenzi Jacobs

Do you know what your engine oil cooler is doing? It's keeping your car running, but it's also working hard to keep your engine safe. Engine oil coolers are designed to keep the engine oil at the right temperature so that it won't get too hot or too cold, which can cause damage to your vehicle. If you're worried about the quality of your car's cooling system, here are four reasons why you should get new oil coolers:

1. Oil Heaters Prevent Explosion Hazards

Your car's engine is an airtight space. The air inside your engine has to be heated in order for your car to run properly, but it also needs to stay cool enough in case something goes wrong. If the air gets too hot, it can cause a fire hazard and even explosions. That's why you need an updated oil cooler: it keeps the engine safe by cooling down the heat generated by friction inside your engine.

2. Old Oil Coolers Can Leak And Cause Hazards

An old oil cooler will likely leak over time, which could lead to the oil in your engine being contaminated with coolant from the radiator that's leaking into it—a dangerous situation for both engines and people. If you notice that your coolant is leaking into the engine oil, it's time to take your car in for a checkup. 

3. Oil Coolers Help Prevent Fire Hazards

When oil heats up beyond certain temperatures, it begins to burn off, creating smoke and other potentially dangerous gases such as carbon monoxide. This kind of smoke can easily get into passenger compartments if not properly filtered out by an oil cooler before entering them through vents or other openings around the engine compartment where they might be able to escape into the air around where people are sitting inside their cars at traffic lights.

4. New Oil Coolers Prevent Accidents

Oil coolers are designed to prevent oil from overheating, which can cause the engine's pistons to seize up and create a dangerous situation for drivers. If your car has an older cooler that needs replacing, you could experience problems with your vehicle's performance and reliability. If you're not sure whether your car needs an oil cooler replacement, it's best to consult a mechanic. They'll be able to tell you if your engine is overheating and what can be done about it.

Safety is a top priority for your car, and it should be for your oil cooler as well. To ensure that you're getting the best protection, chat with an auto expert today.