Internal engine system

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The internal system pumps a 50% antifreeze solution through the engine, hot water heater and heat exchanger to cool the engine. The thermostat controls the flow of internal water through the engine. The engine is more efficient when at the proper temperature. The thermostat regulates the engine temperature.

Air lock causing an overheat?

No Hot Water after motoring?