Luxury cars from Acura are not only known for their smart looks and plush interior but for their high level of performance as well. Acura engines are designed to give Acura drivers maximum driving satisfaction and thus, they work harder than most parts in the vehicle. In order for the engine to work always at its peak, it needs to operate at a right or normal temperature. During the combustion process the engine gives off much greater amount of heat, about 4,000 degrees Fahrenheit. A cooling system is needed to remove excess heat from the engine, thereby, preventing it from overheating.
The Acura auto radiator is the device in the cooling system that dispels the heat absorbed from the engine. It is composed of tubes that hold water and passages for air. It is connected to a receiving tank and a dispensing tank on both ends. How does it work? The water in the Acura auto radiator is mixed with the coolant; this mixture absorbs heat as it circulates around the engine. From the engine, this mixture goes to the receiving tank and at the top of the auto radiator tubes where it exchanges heat with the air that passes around the tubes.
From the auto radiator the coolant returns to the engine to absorb heat from its parts. It goes back to the auto radiator for cooling and so the process continues. As long as the engine is running, the auto radiator and the rest of the cooling system works to take away at least one-third of the heat produced by the engine during combustion.