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How do car engines cool themselves down?

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Car engines are cooled by a liquid coolant that circulates through the engine block and the radiator. The coolant absorbs heat from the engine and carries it to the radiator, where it is cooled by airflow. Additionally, some engines have a fan connected to the radiator that helps to increase the airflow and cool down the coolant. Finally, a thermostat in the engine ensures that the engine stays at a consistent temperature by opening and closing as needed.