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Help pleasee.....How to fill and bleed radiator ???

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Old 07-04-2010, 01:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Help pleasee.....How to fill and bleed radiator ???

Hi i just got my Celica gts 2001, after driving the temperature gauge shoots to the H level and starts flashing, I go under the hood and check all hoses they all are normal temperature, the fan works normal and the engine isn't hot. i changed water pump and still the same situation,,, i researched that could be problems with radiator bleeding ,, ,,so pleease let me know how to get done with this radiator bleeding process!!! thanks
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Re: Help pleasee.....How to fill and bleed radiator ???

Radiator bleeding??
I've never heard the term but try this link Fixing car overheating problems
It may help.. But you may have air pockets in your Radiator coolant or Antifreeze.
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Re: Help pleasee.....How to fill and bleed radiator ???

what about your thermostat? other than that, how is your coolant level?

as for bleeding the system, on the coolant resevior there should be a plastic wing nut, backing that off some will allow the system to bleed. also, the resevior is the only location to add coolant. you can also try burping the system with the wing nut backed off, or with the resevior cap removed. what I do to burp the system is back off the wing nut, remove the resevior cap, and squeeze the the top hose from the radiator to the block. worked pretty good when I had to replace my radiator.

also, if that seems too much trouble, you could try redline water wetter, its a coolant additive, that in my experience works pretty good.
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Re: Help pleasee.....How to fill and bleed radiator ???

Thanks for the answer, its works !!!!!!!

now i have a new issue with rpms, when i do acellerate the car have a lack on rpms , i think that could be something wrong with gas filter or injectors are dirty !!! thankss
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