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A wa­ter-cooled en­gine has a hol­low cham­ber in the outer walls of the cylin­der block and head. The cham­ber is filled with wa­ter, which works as a coolant to main­tain the en­gine’s tem­per­a­ture at the op­ti­mum work­ing level. Since th­ese parts of the en­gine have a dou­ble outer layer, it is re­ferred to as a ‘wa­ter jacket’.

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