The engine of a Mitsubishi is one of the busiest components of the vehicle since it needs constant and continuous work to supply air and fuel mixture into the various systems making up the car. The combustion process that happens on the engine can produce too much heat which can affect its efficiency. To balance the effect of combustion, other Mitsubishi auto parts including the auto radiator, cooling fan and auto radiator fan are added as part of the car's cooling system. The main purpose of a auto radiator is to remove the heat from the hot water flowing into the cooling system. The auto radiator top tank is the first destination of the hot water which then passes through the core fins of the auto radiator. On this part, the water cools down and later on goes back to the engine through the water pump.
To achieve optimum function, the auto radiator must be free particles like rust, debris and dirt. These particles can clog the auto radiator which can affect its capacity to have easier transfer of heat. Efficient cooling system is a must to achieve engine performance that is why the auto radiator must be regularly checked to make sure that it is faithfully doing its duty.
auto radiators can be generally categorized as sealed and non-sealed auto radiator. Checking of non sealed auto radiators can be done by removing auto radiator covers and filling it up with an antifreeze or cool water. Flushing can also be done every six months to remove unwelcome particles that may clog the auto radiator surfaces.
For Mitsubishi auto radiators, flushing can be easily done and will not require too much time and work. Aluminum auto radiator is the commonly used type of modern cars nowadays. Aluminum auto radiators are composed of flattened aluminum tubes arranged in parallel construction. On the tubes are turbolators designed to increase the turbulent level of the flowing liquid for easier cooling.