The combustion process in an internal combustion engine produces a tremendous amount of heat. The cooling system uses air and liquid to remove that heat from the engine and its components. The cooling systems consists of:
- Water pump
The water pump circulates the coolant through the engine into the radiator to remove the heat from the engine. The thermostat controls the temperature and flow of the coolant. As the coolant travels through the system it can pick up dirt and debris. Additionally, the coolant contains chemicals to protect the engine and its components from corroding, after time these chemicals break down and lose their effectiveness. It is very important to flush the system and replace the coolant to prevent corrosion.
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