If the engine is overheating, it could be anything from a bad water pump or a leaky head gasket to a cracked cylinder head.
Ford Ranger's motor and heater don’t warm up the way they used to.
They’re not all interchangeable, so try reclining a little before buying another set.
The cause of the constant stalling may be something like a faulty EGR solenoid, or vacuum hoses that are improperly routed.
Not a problem universally with new cars, despite what service manager claims.
Coasting downhill won't hurt transmission
Blend your own octane at the pump
Distilled water not necessary
Three-year-old car shouldn't have such a problem
Car won't start when it's hot