WITHOUT A FULLY FUNCTIONING RADIATOR & ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM, THINGS CAN GET HEATED.
Whenever you take the road with your vehicle, the internal components of your vehicle experience extreme stress under forces such as friction and heat. The stability of the system as a whole is protected by a range of engine cooling parts including the radiator and water pump along with a system of fans, tanks and other components.
In order to keep the high levels of heat in check, the water pump of a vehicle’s propulsion system directs coolant to the engine block to help lower engine temperature. The engine heat is then evaluated by the internal thermostat to help maintain consistent temperature in the system before the coolant is sent to the radiator to dissipate the engine heat.
Cooling fans cool the radiator through elevated airflow, and the coolant is then redirected to the engine block to complete the circuit. Together, these parts work together to keep engine heat at a safe level even at highway speeds.
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