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Engine Cooling System

A cooling system sends liquid coolant through passages in the engine block and heads. As the coolant flows it picks up heat from the engine. The heated coolant then passes through a rubber hose to the top inlet of the radiator. It then flows down through the thin tubes in the radiator; the hot coolant is cooled by the air stream entering the engine compartment. Once the coolant is at the bottom of the radiator and is cooled, it returns to the engine to absorb more heat. The water pump keeps the fluid moving through the entire system.


  • Radiator
  • Pressure Cap
  • Transmission Cooler
  • Fan
  • Water Pump
  • Rubber Hoses
  • Thermostat
  • Reservoir Tank
  • Heater Core