SUZUKI Radiator for WAGON R MT with OEM 17700-75F00 / 76G00 / 76G10
|Model No.:||KJ-10142||Cold Style:||Water-cooled|
|Radiator Type:||Down-flow||Structure:||Open Type|
|Core Size:||350*348*40mm||Cooling Fluid Type:||Alcohol|
|Car Type:||SWAGON R MT||Type:||Car Radiator|
|Carton Size:||815*125*735mm||Radiator Core Type:||Tube-fin|
|Tank Size:||48/48*678mm||Body Material:||Aluminum|
|Trade mark:||KINGA||WaterTemperature Sensor Type:||Switch Type|
|OEM||17700-75F00 / 76G00 / 76G10|
Engines create a lot of heat in their operations - they’re powered off of miniature explosives! To prevent your engine from overheating, your car pumps coolant through your engine - fluid that receives heat, and carries it away from the engine block. The coolant takes the heat generated by your engine, and moves it to your radiator, which blows air across the liquid - cooling it down and exchanging heat with the air outside your car.
The radiator works by passing your coolant through thin metal fins, which allow the heat to flow to the air outside your car much more easily. Sometimes, there is a fan that blows air across the radiator in order to carry the hot air out of your car. Radiators come in many different shapes, sizes, and designs, but their primary function remains the same.
In essence - a radiator cools the coolant, which then cools your engine.