A rusted cooling system will cause
Over HeatingDuring your vehicle engine run cycles a rust layer is developed. This layer covers all the parts of your engine cooling system. This includes the radiator, the water pump, the thermostat, the Cabin heat radiator and all rubber hoses. Rust act’s as a strong insulation barrier that reduces the capacity of heat extraction from the system leading to engine overheat.
Components WearHigh operating temperatures due to poor motor cooling leads to high components wear. Coolant pump, thermostat, radiator are highly attacked by rust, loose rust particles interfeer with all moving parts leading to component failure.
Clogged Cabin HeatClogged cabin heating radiator is a usual symptom. A clogged radiator starts leaking and eventually brakes delivering steam and coolant into the cabin. This results damaged electronics and a very expensive and time consuming repair since in most cases it is required to remove the dashboard.