Overheated Engine

An overheated car engine is a condition where the engine’s temperature rises above normal operating levels, which can damage the engine and other components of the car.
An overheated car engine can occur for a number of reasons, including a malfunctioning cooling system, low engine oil levels, or a malfunctioning engine thermostat.
An overheated car engine can occur when the engine is running and the cooling system is unable to dissipate heat from the engine fast enough.
An overheated car engine can occur anywhere the car is being operated, but it is more common in hot climates or during periods of heavy engine use, such as when driving up steep hills or towing heavy loads.
An overheated car engine can be diagnosed by checking the engine’s temperature gauge, looking for signs of smoke or steam coming from the engine, or listening for unusual engine noises.