Wayne Simms

United States

Member since: Mar 13, 2017
Total live articles: 11

2 Types of Water Pumps

In any vehicle, out of the total heat generated by the combustion of fuel only about 30% is utilized as mechanical energy and the rest of the heat must be removed to the external environmen. Hence a...

Articles > Automotive > Cars May 30, 2017
3 Reasons to Regularly Flush Engine Coolant

Though automobile manufactures recommend replacing vehicles coolant periodically, many of the vehicle owners don’t feel it as necessary unless they experience leakage and overheating issues...

Articles > Automotive > Cars Jul 15, 2017
8 Possible Reasons for Breakdowns in Automotive Cooling System

The function of the cooling system in any automotive engine is to remove the heat that is produced during combustion by circulating the coolant between the radiator and the engine. The cooling system...

Articles > Automotive > Cars Apr 20, 2017
An Overview on Radiator Coolant Leaks

Your car engine radiator has to function well in order to keep the engine running at proper temperatures. It acts as a heat exchanger that helps in transferring heat from an internal combustion engine...

Articles > Automotive > Cars Nov 30, 2017
Different Types of Cooling Systems in Automobiles

When an automobile engine gets heated while running, it is the job of the cooling system to reduce the heat and protect the engine from overheating. Irrespective of the outside temperature, the...

Articles > Automotive > Cars Mar 28, 2017
How a Radiator Pressure Cap Works?

Radiator pressure caps play an important role in controlling the pressure of coolant in a cooling system. Coolant circulated by the water pump, flows through the engine blocks where it picks up engine...

Articles > Automotive > Cars Dec 02, 2017
How a Radiator Works in an Automobile Cooling System?

A radiator forms an essential part of an automobile cooling system. Coolant circulated by the water pump navigates to the engine and absorbs excess heat of the engine. The heat absorbed by the coolant...

Articles > Automotive > Cars Aug 14, 2017
How to Identify a Bad Water Pump?

The water pump in any vehicle is responsible for circulating the coolant through the engine block to keep its operating temperature correct. It is generally located on the front side of the engine and...

Articles > Automotive > Cars Sep 20, 2017
Role of a Thermostat in an Automobile Cooling System

If you take a quick snap shot of the cooling system in automobile you will find that it consists of a water pump which pumps the coolant in the circulatory system, thermostat which regulates the...

Articles > Automotive > Cars Jun 27, 2017
When a Coolant Temperature Sensor Goes Bad

Coolant temperature sensor (CTS) is a variable resistor that monitors the fluctuations of temperature in the engine coolant. It is located in the coolant passage of the internal combustion engine near...

Articles > Automotive > Cars Oct 27, 2017
When is It Necessary to Change Belt Tensioner?

The purpose of the timing belt tensioner is to ensure proper amount of tension on the timing belt. The timing belt is an internal part of the engine that connects crankshaft to the camshaft and...

Articles > Automotive > Cars Oct 31, 2017
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