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Series 60 Coolant Flow Schematic

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The pressurized engine coolant is drawn from the lower portion of the radiator by the water pump and is forced through the oil cooler and into the cylinder block.

Series 60 Coolant Flow Schematic Series 60 Coolant Flow Schematic

 

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Series 60 Cooling System Components

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The cooling system consists of the following components:

  • Water pump
  • Pressure control cap
  • Thermostat
  • Engine cooling fan
  • Coolant filter and conditioner
  • Radiator or heat exchanger
  • Charge air cooler raw water pump

An OEM supplied radiator along with a factory installed and thermo-modulated fan are used to effectively dissipate the heat generated by the engine. A centrifugal-type water pump is used to circulate the engine coolant. ‪

Two full blocking-type thermostats are used in the water outlet passage to control the flow of coolant, providing fast engine warm-up and regulating coolant temperature. Listed in Table are the normal cooling system operational parameters.

Series 60 Cooling System Components Series 60 Cooling System Components

1. Oil Cooler Housing ‪ 5. Water Bypass Tube ‪
2. Thermostat Housing ‪ 6. Water Pump ‪
3. Vent Line Outlet ‪ 7. Water Inlet ‪
4. Water Outlet (To Radiator) ‪

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September 16th, 2011 at 4:14 am

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