Maintains proper engine operating temperature. The cooling system removes excess heat by pumping coolant through the engine to the radiator. Air flows through the radiator and removes heat from the coolant.
Stores the overflow coolant which is returned to the cooling system when required.
Regulates the flow of coolant through the system to control the temperature of the engine.
Uses the airflow from the vehicle’s forward motion and electric fans to reduce the temperature of the coolant circulating through the engine.
Forces the coolant to circulate through the cooling system.