All vehicles have radiators. They cool internal combustion engines using engine coolant. An engine block heats the coolant before it flows through the radiator. Most coolants are water-based. At times, you might have to force it to circulate using a water pump. Vehicles with internal combustion engines have several channels which connect the radiator to the cylinder head and engine. In most instances; the coolant is a mixture of antifreeze and water. A thermostat regulates the temperature of the coolant flowing in the radiator
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