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Q: Car overheated with no leak

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My car overheated and now won't start. I see no visible fluid leak.

A: Hi there. If your car overheated, this may ...

Hi there. If your car overheated, this may have caused your head gasket to warp. This warpage allows coolant to enter combustion chambers causing your vehicle to not efficiently cool. An external leak is not necessary for this blown head gasket to occur. I'd strongly suggest having a mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, correctly diagnose your overheating issue.

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