The radiator is an essential part of a car’s cooling system. Pumped water or coolant passes from the radiator through connected channels which runs through the engine and cylinder head and returns back to be cooled by air blown in through the radiator core. This cycle repeats over and over again while the engine is running to prevent the car from overheating. Aside from leakages in the radiator that can cause overheating, when the radiator core is blocked by blown in debris this will hinder air from passing through to cool the water or coolant and can lead to overheating.
Flushing the radiator is recommended at least every three months or less depending on the state of the road your vehicle runs on. Cars that runs on dirt roads tend to sucking dust and debris and needs regular flushing. The video below illustrates how to flush your radiator core.
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