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Your internal combustion engine generates a vast amount of heat. To offset the heat output produced by friction and combustions in the engine, a water pump is used to pump coolant throughout tubes and passages in the block, flowing around the sides of the cylinder walls and liner. The water pump pushes the heated coolant to the radiator where it is then dissipated. The engine heat that the coolant has absorbed is pushed to the radiator by the engine's water pump. This heated coolant then releases the temperature using the radiator as the heat transfer vessel. Without the water pump functioning properly, the coolant sits in the system. The engine is likely to overheat, which can cause severe engine damage.