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Radiators: Cooling System Operation
2/24/2014
To remove the heat of combustion, the engine’s cylinders are immersed in a coolant mixture that is typically circulated through the engine and radiator by an engine-driven water pump. more
ASE P2 TEST PRIMER: Cooling Systems
10/18/2013
Radiators in most late-model vehicles are aluminum with plastic end tanks. Most older vehicles have copper/brass radiators. more
Water Pumps Keep It Cool
7/30/2013
The water pump circulates coolant between the engine and radiator to manage the engine's waste heat and prevent the engine from overheating. more
Keeping Engine Temps In Check
5/15/2012
If the cooling system falls behind and fails to keep up with the heat generated by a vehicle's engine, the engine can quickly overheat. more
Coolant Doesn't Last Forever
12/16/2013
The condition of the coolant can be checked periodically with test strips that change color in response to chemical changes in the coolant. more
A/C Compressors Take A Pounding
10/16/2013
If an A/C system is found to contain sludge or black gunk, it means everything in the system is contaminated and must either be cleaned or replaced. more
Radiators Do Double-Duty
1/16/2013
As you might suspect, rust and scale build-up inside the radiator tubes seriously reduce the radiator’s ability to dissipate heat into the atmosphere. more












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