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If your temperature gauge is reading higher temperatures in your car than what is normal, you must get your vehicle checked for a coolant leak. It is not hard finding out where the coolant is leaking from. You might already be observing leaking fluid on the ground under your car or smelling the coolant evaporating. Get your car to a mechanic to track the source of the coolant leak.
When the engine is overheating due to the leak in the coolant system, it is also possible for other mechanical parts to sustain some damages. For Example, cylinder heads may see some warping, which can result in cylinder compression failure and allowing coolant and oil to mix up. This can end up being a major catastrophe for the engine and its parts.
If you observe any abnormal behavior in the temperature gauge readings or notice any leaking fluids on the ground under your car or, more specifically, the engine compartment of your car, have your car checked by a professional mechanic as soon as possible. If caught in time, this will save a lot of money, time, and effort as it can be easily spiral out of control and cause a major damage.
A top-rated mechanic will visit your home or office or any place of your choice and inspect your car deeply to understand and determine the source and the cause of the coolant leaking. After completing his inspection, he will provide you with an inspection report, including all the necessary measures to be taken, the scope of the problem in your car, and its possible fix.
A trained professional will prepare a quote for the services needed after a thorough inspection of your car.