hot spot

hot spot
[1] Refers to a comparatively thin section or area of the wall between the intake and exhaust manifold of an engine, the purpose being to allow the hot exhaust gases to heat the comparatively cool incoming mixture.
[2] Also used to designate local areas of the cooling system which have above average temperature.

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