It can get quite hot in Texas and all across America in the summertime. We saw summertime highs of 107 degrees here in Texas. Heat like that can cause engines to run at temperatures well in excess of recommended levels.
Most classic car enthusiasts know the dangers of an engine running hot.
Many do-it-yourselfers that restore a classic car have challenges when it comes to taking the right steps to keep an engine running within proper temperature guidelines.
In this three-minute video, we share with you best practices to avoid overheating in a classic car engine:
Two big things you learn in this video are what a thermostat does and where to put a fan to cool the radiator. Great stuff.
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Our 20-minute live consultations answer your questions about parts sourcing and classic car or truck restorations or repairs. We familiarize ourselves with your situation prior to our live session and send you a video recording of our meeting. The whole service is just $99.