The cooling system consists of the following components:
- Water pump
- Pressure control cap
- 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.
|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) |||