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When will your coolant freeze? (How to check engine coolant freeze temp)

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Learn how to check the temperature at which your coolant will freeze. This is good to know for the upcoming winter and it will prevent damage to your car if freezing temperatures persist. Coolant, also know as antifreeze prevents the water in your car from freezing and cracking the engine block or breaking hoses. It also prevents the water from boiling over and overheating the engine. Antifreeze has lubricants and additives that prevent rust so it should always be used in your vehicle. The amount of coolant you need varies on make, model, and where in the world you live. In warmer climates you dont need as much antifreeze because it doesnt get cold. Since water cools better than antifreeze, it is important that you find the right ratio.

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