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Poorly functioning fans and fan belts, low coolant levels and a dry engine can cause a car to overheat. Drivers can reverse some causes, whereas others are best left to a professional.


Symptoms of overheating can include white smoke or steam coming from the engine area of a car, hissing from the radiator, and engine failure. Leaking hoses, low coolant levels and a burnt rubber smell can also indicate overheating.


Hot weather and heavy physical activity cause the human body to overheat, according to Health Central. Dehydration, sleep deprivation and illicit drugs, such as amphetamines and ecstasy, can overwhelm the body and affect its ability to regulate temperature, according to Drugs.com.


To troubleshoot an overheating car, check the coolant level, look under the hood to see if the electric fan is running, examine the radiator fan switch and check to see if the thermostat is opening properly. Overheating may also be caused by a broken fan belt or clogged radiator.


If your Honda Accord is overheating, the cause could be any of the vital elements of the cooling system. Those elements are the heat exchanger, fan, water pump, thermostat and coolant, according to Techauto. Because of the many elements to this important system, there are several possible causes of


An overheating Sony PlayStation 3 can be fixed by moving the system to a better ventilated area. The PS3 should never be placed on carpet and should always be left on a hard and flat surface that has ample ventilation around it.


An overheated water heater can be very dangerous because it has the potential to explode. A common cause of explosion due to overheating is a malfunctioning pressure and temperature release valve.


To remove a car's engine, you must first collect an engine hoist, a wrench, a 5-gallon bucket and a heavy chain. Prepare the engine for removal by draining the radiator fluid and detaching the engine components, using the wrench where necessary. Then hoist out the engine with the chain.


The most common reason a Chevy Venture overheats is because it is low on coolant. According to About.com, if the engine does not have enough coolant, heat builds up as the engine is unable to transfer the heat to the radiator, causing the engine to overheat.


As the piston in an engine moves down, a mixture of fuel and air gets drawn into the cylinder, which causes compression. This compression is ignited by the spark plugs, causing the exhaust valve to open to allow the burned fuel mixture to be sent to the exhaust system. An internal combustion engine