Cooling System

The cooling system of a car circulates coolant—a solution of water and antifreeze—through the engine and radiator to assist control engine temperature. It aids in maintaining steady performance and stops the engine from overheating. The radiator, water pump, thermostat, cooling fan, hoses, and intercoolers on turbo powered vehicles are just a few examples of the different parts that make up the cooling system. Keeping the engine operating smoothly and effectively requires routine maintenance of the cooling system, which includes checking coolant levels, checking hoses for leaks, and replacing parts as needed.