Air conditioning and Heating
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Q & A
The Engine Temperature Light
Question : Why is the engine temperature light on on my dashboard?
Answer : The engine temperature light, generally represented by a red thermometer submerged in liquid, goes on when the on-board computer detects an overheating that could permanently damage the engine. Incidentally, this kind of overheating does not occur without warning. Indeed, it is possible to follow the fluctuations of your engine’s temperature on the dashboard. If your engine overheats, it could be the result of a leak in the cooling system, a problem with the belt, or something completely different. The most important thing to do is to stop the vehicle and turn off the engine.
The Cabin Filter
Question : Unpleasant odours permanently fill my cabin and the air is increasingly vitiated. I was told it could be the cabin filter. What is that exactly?
Answer : Not to be confused with the engine’s air filter located under the hood, the cabin filter’s only purpose is to filter the cabin’s ambient air. Generally located behind the glove compartment, this device prevents the dust, pollen and dirt from causing inconvenience when you are sitting in your car. But although it enables you to drive without having to worry about the ambient air quality, the cabin filter does not last forever and needs to be replaced, as it is a not washable. Indeed, a dirty cabin filter loses all its efficiency and needs to be replaced as soon as possible. Fortunately, this is generally an inexpensive routine operation.