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Controlling engine and transmission temperatures in your 2001 Volvo Penta Marine 4.3L 190 hp GL is a difficult job. While the radiator, cooling fan relay (or fan clutch), and cooling fan keep coolant from getting too hot, the thermostat makes sure the antifreeze doesn't get too cold. The area in between is the ideal operation range for your engine.
American Volt sells 12 volt automotive electric radiator cooling fans, thread-in thermostats, push-in fin probes, relay wiring harnesses, adjustable thermostat controllers, radiator in-hose thermostats, fan grounding switch kits, transmission oil coolers, manual toggle switches, dual electric fans, single electric fansthrough this little radiator, by more hoses. A small electric fan is also mounted there especially for the purpose of directing the heat inside the car. To turn this fan on, you use a switch called "fan" or "blower," located on your control panel. The principle is exactly the same as the one used in the radiator for your engine, except that the