That Coolant Temperature Light is there for a good reason, it is telling you your engine is overheating due to insufficient coolant. If ignored, it can cause major damage to your engine and wallet. What should you do? First pull over and turn off your vehicle. Once the engine has cooled down you need to check your coolant level and if low get the levels back to normal. Your Coolant Pressure Light could come on for a number of other reasons as well: Heavy load hauling, cooling fan damage, radiator damage, water pump bad, broken serpentine belt or catalytic converter clog to name a few. Regardless of the reason, it is good idea to have a mechanic do a full system check for you as quickly as possible. That is where Fifth Gear Automotive in Lewisville, TX can help, we service coolant systems for both domestic and import brands specifically European makes.
My coolant temperature light is on, what should I do? | Auto Repair Shop in Flower Mound, TX
About the Author: John Miller
John Miller is the Marketing Director at Fifth Gear Automotive. Fifth Gear Automotive provides automotive service and repair. We service all makes and models – both domestic and import. We specialize in European auto repair for BMW, VW, Mercedes, Porsche, Audi, Volvo, Saab, Jaguar, Land Rover and most other popular European marques. Fifth Gear Automotive has two locations - Lewisville and Argyle, Texas.