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How does an engine thermostat work?

A car thermostat is a small device that sits between the engine of a liquid-cooled car and the radiator. It regulates the flow of engine coolant from the engine to the radiator. Is that correct? When it's opened, the engine coolant goes into the radiator to cool it off.

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