Oil Leaks

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Engine Oil Leak

Radiator Leaks

Gas Leaks

Engine Oil Leaks

Causes of Engine Oil Leaks

Driving a car is one of life’s little pleasures, however those ‘mysterious crevasses’ can turn any joyride into an unexpected headache. A puddle under your vehicle could be anything from power steering fluid to engine coolant or possibly brake fluid.

Don’t ignore the problem; leaving it unaddressed can result in major measures like seizure of your engine and difficulty braking properly, possibly leading to accidents down the line. 

Maintaining your car can seem like a daunting task, but replacing parts that have worn-out hoses or gaskets could save you money and avoid an engine leak down the road.

oil leaks

Oil leaks should never be ignored, as they can lead to serious problems if left unchecked. Not only can oil leaks be dangerous, as oil is flammable, but they can also cause long-term damage to your car’s engine. When you notice oil leaking from your car, it’s important that you take it to a mechanic immediately.

A mechanic will be able to identify the source of the leak and make the necessary repairs before it causes any additional damage. Early detection of an oil leak is key to avoiding severe engine problems down the road. 

Radiator Leaks

Causes of Radiator Leak

A radiator leak can have many different causes. Some of which include corrosion in the radiator, wear in the radiator gasket or hoses, radio cap leak, water pump failure, coolant reservoir tank is cracked, or blown head gasket.

About Radiator Leaks

If you spot a bright green liquid leaking from under your vehicle, it is most likely coolant and is likely a sign of a radiator leak. Coolant helps cool down your engine, so leaving this problem untreated could lead to machine failure or other serious damage. It’s essential to get this fixed as soon as possible – the longer you wait, the bigger the problem will become.

Gas Leaks

About Gas Leaks

You may notice a gas-like odor coming from the hood of your car. If you experience this, it is extremely important to not risk driving around any further. This can be a safety issue, with gas fumes around hot exhausts and engine components. In some instances, gas tank leaks can cause smaller explosions due to gas build up and should not be taken lightly.

It’s highly recommended you get your car checked and serviced as soon as possible so that the issue can be addressed and fixed before any worse damage occurs. There are a number of reasons that fuel will leak in a vehicle, but we can repair them all and keep you driving safe and keep your fuel mileage where you want it to be.

Causes of Gas Leaks

Some causes of a gas leak in a car can include a hole in the gas tank, damaged fuel lines, damaged fuel injectors, gas tank cap issues, gas tank vent hose issues, or fuel pressure regulator issues. 

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