After driving thousands upon thousands of miles of roads, your car’s cooling system can corrode and develop coolant leaks. Parts in the radiator core or the external hoses can deteriorate and lead to a breakdown and need for repair.
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If you see a bright, neon-green, red or orange liquid pooling beneath your car, it is a pretty good sign that your cooling system has a leak and coolant is escaping. Low coolant levels can cause additional damage in your vehicle’s engine and cause your engine to overheat, and thus it is important to fix leaks promptly.