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Old 01-01-2019, 06:37 PM
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good evening and Happy Nee Year
I need some help figuring this out ...
its been a few days Iíve been driving with the electric fan coming on and then I realized the car was low on coolant ... added some WaterWetter , just to realize itís leaking from the water pump . Changed the water pump yesterday and didnít know about bleeding the coolant ... today I installed a new thermostat and poured the coolant into the upper hose ... Gets hot ...
What did I miss ?
 

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you have a air lock more than likely. the small hose that goes to the top of the reservoir is the bleed hose. remove it and fill till coolant bubble out. I also like to then start the car with heater on high to purge a little more air. close it up and run at 2000rpm and you should be good unless you have another issue
 
 
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