Who inveted the air and cooling in a car?
Packard Motor Company of Detroit, Michigan invented the air and cooling in a car in the year 1959. No single person was ever given credit for coming up with the idea.
It Will usually have an air pocket in the cooling system. But it may just be the Air Conditioning equalising after you shut the car off. Start by filling the cooling system Read More
On cars that have them they are air cooled since there is no radiator. Read More
Maybe the fan cooling your car off. Read More
While your car is running the engine is heating up. While your driving you have air being forced over the radiator cooling it off. When you are sitting still you don't have that air so your engine is heating up even more so the cooling fan comes on to help cool you engine off. Via cooling the radiator. Read More
The first car was invented in Germany by a man named Karl Benz. Read More
The cooling fan may not kick when the car heats up due to dirty filters. Another reason can be a bad air pocket around the thermostat. Read More
If the AC in your car is not cooling, chances are your air conditioner is needing repair. You probably have a pin hole leak in the core of your car's heater. If your car has a cabin filter, be sure it is clean or replaced with a new filter. Read More
your cooling fan is not operating correctly Read More
Improves car aerodynamics by letting less air flow under car. It also provides more air flow to the engine block for cooling. Read More
drain the whole cooling system and refill it. You will never know if you don't give details of your car! Read More
Why does a 1993 Lincoln town car air conditioner cool perfectly for a while and then momentarily blow hot air?
check cooling fan Read More
The cooling system moves the heat (thermal energy) to the air. Read More
yes the cooling fan will take 4 minutes to work The cooling fan will come on as soon as the car starts only if the air conditioner or derfroster is on. Read More
Probably still has air trapped in the system from an improper refill procedure. Read More
It is possible that the heater core ( the device that heats the air inside the car) is leaking. It is connected to the engine cooling system. Read More
You just got the water pump replaced on your car and now you hear a gurgling sound after you shut the car off it's been about 3 weeks what could it be?
Air in the cooling system - has to be bled to remove air Read More
It is heated to such a high temperature by going over the engine which is really hot and is part of the cooling system, the cold air goes over some part of the engine and comes out hot. It is part of the cooling system of a car, so therefor if your car has overheating problems turn the heater on. Read More
7mph was the first speed ever recorded for a Car. Answeered by Car/Formula One Genius Read More
There is a problem, and because this is a complex system with many possible causes it needs to be checked by a knowledgeable person. Read More
could be damaged or clogged radiator,low on anti-freeze,cooling fan is damaged,cooling fan cover was removed (it directs the air flow through the radiator) Read More
Air cooling ,hydrogen gas cooling ,water cooling Read More
The cooling fans are the only cooling source for a air cooled engine. Read More
Forced convection are used in car radiators, cooling towers, air cooled heat exchangers etc. Read More
there are mony type of cooling of t/r 1- natural air cooling 2- oil cooling 3- water cooling 4-blast air cooling Read More
When the a/c is turned on in any auto it makes the engine work harder, this will tend to heat the engine more. Make sure that your cooling system in the car is running properly, and is full of cooling fluids. Read More
how to bleed air out of cooling system 1997honda civic ex Read More
The engine works hard and produces a lot more heat than when the car is driven on a leveled road. The car is usually driven slower on the uphill and there isn't as much air cooling the radiator. But the main reason it overheats is that the cooling system is malfunctioning. Read More
Brakes don't contribute in any way to cooling the car Read More
Wattles and combs on a bird are used for both cooling and for attracting a mate. The cooling results from the bare skin and blood close to the surface being cooled by air movement similar to a radiator in a car. Read More
Air not properly purged out of the cooling system, bad electric cooling fan switch(s) in the block, bad connections on the block fan switches. Read More
most likely it is water coming from the air-conditioner unit. this water comes from the air that is cooled by the air-conditioner. the water is supposed to drain from the car when the car is level. OR, if the liquid is coloured it is from the engines cooling system. this means you have a leak and it is catching somewhere. when you reverse it runs out of the catchment. Read More
when you are driving the cooling system depends on the air flow by the fan through the radiator to the engine two functions happened here first the air come through the radiator panels and cooling the water that go inside the engine secondly the air cover the outside engine which reduce the temp. indirectly. so at the time of car stopping no air flowing through the radiator and automatically the temp go up. Read More
Why would my temp gauge shows the car not hearing up why does the car has heat how come fans run after car is off?
In most engines the gauge and cooling fans have different senders, so if you have good hot air blowing inside the car from the heating system and the cooling fans on the radiator are operating, and still no gauge reading, you may have the wire disconnected from the temp. sender. The cooling fans can run after a car shuts down, as they are wired separate from the key on their own system, and will run… Read More
unless there is something wrong with your car, the cooling fans are activated when a sensor in the cooling system detects that the coolant is too hot and that is when the fans turn on to help bring airflow to the radiator or just to circulate hot air away from the engine. if the coolant is still hot when your car turns on, then the fan will stay on as well. Also, if the AC… Read More
Adiabatic cooling is cooling as a result of reduced air pressure(i.e. rising air) Read More
park your car on a steep hill and let run until you see or hear all the air bubbles come out Read More
If there is no cooling system, the engin will overheat. Read More
What else can you look for if you replaced the thermo switch but its still not kicking in to stop the overheating?
if you change your thermostat and refill your car with antifreeze/coolant you may have air in your cooling system causing hot spots. you should bleed the cooling system let the air come out. it can also be an internally collapse hose. Read More
What happens when you replace a battery in a 1996 Lincoln Town Car and the air condition is not cooling?
TAke it to the dealer. Some a/c have to be programed after power is lost. Read More
Air can get into the cooling system when the coolant is replaced as either part of a maintenance schedule or when the system must be drained for a repair. When the coolant is replaced the coolant system must be "burped" to get any air out of the coolant lines. There are various ways to do this dependant upon the type of vehicle. A repair manual for your vehicle will describe the proper technique. Read More
Air bound means that there is an "air bubble" in the cooling system that is preventing coolant from circulating in the cooling/heating system. (air can be compressed fluid cannot) Read More
Engine cooling system is not a closed system you can't remove the air. Read More
No. It undergoes convective cooling, rising and losing heat to the surrounding air. Read More
The only thing that I've heard of with "wet cooling" in, is a wet cooling tower. A Wet Cooling tower for the closed-circuit cooling of water where the water to be cooled comes into direct contact with the cooling air dissipating heat by evaporation and air heating. The air draught required for cooling can be induced by fans or by the natural effect of the stack of the cooling tower building (natural draught cooling tower)… Read More