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<a href=""><img src=""alt="Drain plug for the coolant system on the 200 to 2007 Ford Focus”/></a>As a vehicle’s engine runs, fuel is transformed into energy which produces a great deal of heat. To prevent the vehicle's motor from burning up, a cooling system has been added to the mix. This mechanism tones down the temperature and keeps it regulated.

Made up of several parts - including the radiator, hoses, thermostat, and water pump - this features contains a mixture of antifreeze (coolant) and water. constantly flowing throughout the system it drops the temperature down to prevent an excessive buildup of heat. If this component is not functioning properly, severe damage can be incurred.

Check your car’s coolant system by performing the following actions:

  • Drain - Allowing the old fluid to be removed, simple draining will eliminate contaminated liquid and particles.
  • Check the Thermostat - Aging models will eventually fail. Without a working thermostat, you have no way of knowing how hot the engine is.
  • Refill - If the component is low on fluid, topping it off could be the solution.
  • Run a System Analysis - If you did the two things listed above and there is still an issue, you will need to have a mechanic run a total system analysis to identify the source of the problem.

Need coolant system parts? Contact the experts at Ford Parts BC to find the right pieces.

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