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Old 12-14-2013, 02:14 PM   #1
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ok so ive changed the water pump, changed the coolent, and today i just changed the thermostat and its stillll overheating, could there be air in the system?? if so can someone give me a good detailed description how to get the air out?? ive never had to bleed air out of the radiator system before , thanks guys! it wouldnt be a head gasket would it? theres no white smoke coming out of the tailpipes and no water/antifreeze in the oil so i wouldnt think it could be a head gasket
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ok so ive changed the water pump, changed the coolent, and today i just changed the thermostat and its stillll overheating, could there be air in the system?? if so can someone give me a good detailed description how to get the air out?? ive never had to bleed air out of the radiator system before , thanks guys! it wouldnt be a head gasket would it? theres no white smoke coming out of the tailpipes and no water/antifreeze in the oil so i wouldnt think it could be a head gasket
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LOok above the water pump across from the egr the metal pipe that has several hoses running to it. There is a piece you can loosen at the top of it to bleed air.
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sweet! thanks man!
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ok guys i got it bled and no more overheating!!! thanks!!!
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