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What to Do If Your Car Overheats 

If your car overheats, the best thing to do is to get help from a mechanic or have it towed to avoid further damage to the engine. But, if those options are not available, follow these directions.

Simple Steps for an Overheated Vehicle

  • If your car overheats, do not drive more than a quarter-mile.
  • Pullover to a safe location and turn off the engine.
  • Wait until your car engine has thoroughly cooled or the temperature gauge has moved from hot to cold before opening the hood. 
  • Check if the coolant level in the radiator is full and if you are not sure where to locate the coolant reservoir tank, look for it in the owner’s manual. 
  • Open the radiator cap once the radiator is completely cold by twisting it off with a towel and beware of any hot steam. Check the coolant level, if needed, fill it. 
  • Check if the radiator and heater hoses have been disconnected, burst, or blocked.
  • Restart the engine and monitor the temperature gauge.  If it overheats again, pull off the road and turn off the engine.

Essential Items to Keep in Your Vehicle

  • First Aid Kit
  • Coolant
  • Tool kit
  • Working flashlight
  • Non-perishable foods
  • Water

Vehicle Repair and Maintenance Services in Boulder

Vehicle Repair and Maintenance Services in Boulder

At Allegiance Automotive, we love cars & trucks and spend every day repairing and maintaining vehicles in Boulder, Colorado. We will take care of all of your car repair and maintenance needs with the highest standards of quality and superior customer service. We encourage you to browse our website and learn how we can become your car care company of trust.  Contact us today so we can meet with you and give you and your car the service and support that you deserve.

Contact Allegiance Automotive

Phone: 303-938-9454

Email: AllegianceAutomotiveBoulder@gmail.com

Address: 4939 Broadway Street #60
Boulder, CO 80304

Hours: M-F: 7:30 am – 5:00 pm
Closed Saturday and Sunday

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