ROCHESTER HILLS, MI – The configuration of the auto engine bay largely has gone unchanged for the better part of a century. First comes the grille, then the radiator, the fan, then the engine. It’s no accident. The grille, radiator and fan are clustered in the front to allow enough air to flow through the radiator and keep it cool. Auxiliary electric fans also have become necessary to help with cooling. Valeo SA, France’s top automotive supplier and the world leader in engine cooling ...
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