The car engine produces power in the form of rotation obtained from the combustion process. Combustion on this engine will definitely cause heat or latent around the area where combustion occurs. If the heat is allowed, it has the potential to cause overheating, but this heat cannot be recovered from the way the engine works because the engine is a combustion motor that produces heat. For this reason, in a car or motorbike, it must be equipped with a cooling system that functions to cool the engine when it experiences an excessive temperature.
However, even though it is equipped with a cooling system, there are still machines that experience overheating or overheating. What is the cause of this problem? And how to deal with overheating? Check out the article below,
What is Overheating?
Over heating is a term to describe the condition of an engine that has too high a temperature. Overheating comes from the two words over which means excessive and heat which means heat. The condition of an overheated machine is usually difficult to detect if you don’t use tools. To find out the engine temperature, each car is generally equipped with an engine temperature gauge located on the dashboard or multi-information display of the vehicle. This gauge will show the engine temperature in real time, so that we can detect whether the engine is cold, normal or overheated.
In a car engine that uses a combustion motor, heat is inseparable from the engine’s work cycle. This heat … Read More