The car radiator is responsible for preventing the car engine from overheating. When the engine is in use, it produces a lot of friction and heat, and the radiator uses coolants to keep the engine running at a healthy te... More »

To replace a car radiator, open the radiator drain plug and allow the coolant to flow into a catch basin. If the radiator does not have a drain plug, loosen the lower radiator hose to drain the coolant. Disconnect all ho... More »

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To fix a leaking radiator, use a radiator sealant. Pour the radiator sealant into the radiator. When a radiator sealant is applied to radiator walls, a coating is formed over any small holes that cause the leak. More »

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When a radiator fan belt breaks, the entire car engine can cease to work. A dead battery is a high possibility. In addition, the break may cause serious damage to the alternator, radiator, steering pump and other parts t... More »

To remove a car engine, disconnect the battery, drain the coolant, remove the radiator, disconnect the steering pump, detach the exhaust system, and remove the carburetor before lifting up the engine with a crane. Settin... More »

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A car thermostat accelerates car engine warm up and regulates its operating temperature. It maintains the minimum required operating temperature in an engine by regulating the amount of coolant sent to the radiator for c... More »

Important parts on a car engine diagram include the cylinder block, alternator, carburetor, radiator and thermostat. Also found are the brake master cylinder, clutch master cylinder (on a standard shift car), the spark p... More »