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Heat and Cooling services The engine cooling system works by sending a liquid coolant through passages in the engine block and heads. As the coolant flows through these passages, it picks up heat from the engine. The heated fluid then makes its way through a rubber hose to the radiator in the thermostat between the radiator and engine. Depending on the temperature, the thermostat regulates what happens to the liquid. If the fluid temperature drops below a certain level, the solution bypasses the radiator and is instead directed back to the engine block. The coolant will continue to circulate until it reaches a certain temperature and opens the valve on the thermostat, allowing it to pass through the radiator again for cooling. It seems that due to the very high engine temperature, the coolant can easily reach its boiling point. However, the system is under pressure to prevent this from happening. When the system is under pressure, it is much more difficult for the coolant to reach its boiling point. Occasionally, however, pressure builds up and must be relieved before it can deflate the hose or gasket. The radiator cap relieves excess pressure and fluid by accumulating in the reserve tank. After the liquid in the storage tank has cooled to an acceptable temperature, it is returned to the cooling system for re-circulation.
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