Car cooling system
The car cooling system is essential to car maintenance and well-being. A typical 4-cylinder car that goes 50 mph can produce 4000 controlled explosions per minute inside the engine. These explosions will obviously produce a lot of heat and if not controlled, the engine will suffer a serious amount of damage and will probably be destroyed in a matter of minutes. The cooling system is the one that is in charge of controlling these high temperatures.
There have been made some improvements on the cooling system over the years but its basic functions are still the same as in the beginning. It is way more reliable and efficient that it used to be in the ’20s but it still consists of liquid coolant that circulates through the engine, out to the radiator, coming through the front grill of the car. So, how does this system work?
Check out the video below to find out.