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Old 02-01-2014, 05:09 AM   #1
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Flush/Burp Collant System

Got a little problem with my 1998 3.8 over heating slightly..been doing some digging and I believe theres air in my collant system as I just topped it off last week..been to several other forums but I cant seem to find anyone to provide the steps or a good enough reference for me to do this myself... any help is greatly appreciated
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simple brah just take your rad cap off and start the mustang up and leave it running for a while, you will see all the bubbles form at the top until its done.
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simple brah just take your rad cap off and start the mustang up and leave it running for a while, you will see all the bubbles form at the top until its done.
thanks..and thanks for helping me out on my other post..i only posted this one cause its a little more specific on what i was looking for.
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just don't burn yourself lol when you get home from work don't open the cap rite away but when you do take the cap off you need to let the vehicle run till its warm letting the thermostat open up and all that crap. helps if u jack the front end up a lil or park on an incline a bit but doesn't really matter.
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bleed the system really well last night and filled it back up..ran like a dream this morning...temp nerver rose past the "R" in normal THANKS
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