The basic function of the automobile water pump: to drive the coolant to dissipate heat from the engine. In the cylinder block of the automobile engine, there is a water channel for cooling water circulation, which is connected with the radiator (commonly known as the water tank) placed in the front of the automobile through water pipes to form a large water pump. water circulation system.
On the upper water outlet of the engine, a water pump is installed, which is driven by the fan belt to pump out the hot water in the water channel of the engine cylinder and pump in the cold water. There is also a thermostat next to the water pump. When the car is just started (cold car), it is not turned on, so that the cooling water does not pass through the water tank, but only circulates in the engine (commonly known as small circulation). When the temperature of the engine reaches 80 degrees or more When the car is turned on, it is turned on, the hot water in the engine is pumped into the water tank, and the cold wind blows through the water tank when the car is moving forward, taking away the heat. This is roughly how it works.
Used to drive coolant circulation. Only when the coolant circulates can the engine cool down.
The car water pump is filled with water, and the water inside is used for engine cooling (the engine cooling system is divided into large and small cycles). Both the water tank and the intercooler are installed in front of the engine in the front of the car.
Generally, a car with an intercooler also has a supercharger (referred to as an intercooler supercharger) mainly to reduce the intake temperature of the engine, thereby increasing the output power of the engine.