Cooling System

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For the engine to run at an optimal temperature, a thermostat regulates the flow of a mixture of water and ethylene glycol from the radiator through the engine block and back to the radiator. The coolant, which is a mixture of ethylene glycol and water, is a chemical compound that lowers the freezing point and raises the boiling point of water. A low antifreeze level, a rusty radiator, a defective thermostat, a malfunctioning water pump, or worn-out hoses can cause damage to the engine by allowing it to overheat, or by allowing the water in the system to freeze in freezing-cold weather. Inspecting these components for deficiency and defect is included in our service routine.