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As a natural by-product of their operation, car engines produce a large amount of heat. To combat this increase in heat and to maintain the perfect operating temperature, most engines feature a cooling system which pumps a special fluid around the inside of the engine and through a radiator. As regular water starts to boil at 100 degrees Celsius, either ethylene or propylene glycol is added to lower the boiling point and keep the fluid more stable.