For any car, cooling system i.e. electrical motor is an important component to maintain and keep under control the internal combustion engine temperature. This cooling system gets rid of the heat from the internal engine (generated from air-fuel mixture) to outside air to avoid overheating. In the United State markets, the cars either have a liquid cooling system or air cooling system along with the cooling fan. The cooling fan majorly aid in maintaining a driveable engine temperature. The electric fans gets turn on when the temperature exceeds a set point by thermostatic switch or engine computer to maintain optimum level safe for driving. The coolant passes through the engine to absorb the any further heat. The United State car owners must make it a point to get the coolant fan motor and fan blades checked or replaced, if needed, during car service. The defect in the cooling system can be easily noticed by checking on the temperature gauge in the car dashboard and on hearing no sound of cooling fans. The cooling fans are prone to wear and tear; as a result, it should be replaced on priority. It is important for the car rider to keep a check on the cooling motor, and cooling fans to avoid the risk of overheating or other issues in the car system operations. Many car manufactures recommends getting the coolant replaced around every 35,000 miles. A good working condition of car cooling system and cooling fans would ensure longevity of the engine.