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Old 03-09-2012, 01:13 PM
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lower radiator hose replacement

So I have to replace my radiator and I noticed that the lower radiatore house is all dried up,I noticed that it splits into several ways between the radiator and the block. where do those hoses lead to. one goes to the lower end of the reservour and the other two go where?
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So I figured out where everything goes, now the question is how do I bleed the cooling system from air ?
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how do I bleed the cooling system from air ?
No need, just fill it up, take a short drive to warm it up, check the level after it cools down and fill as necessary.
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