Tip & How-To about Volkswagen Jetta

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When radiator or heater matrix changed or after flushing the system you MUST vent the sysrtem of ALL air.to do this just undo the clip on the topmost heater hose on the firewall,making sure the engine is hot and the expasion tank is full with the cap ON.(they used to fit a tap but this proved too expensive,compared to the clip).

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air lock in cooling system. bleed valve? getting water in to heating matrix?


they used to fit a bleed valve to the topmost heater hose,it aint got one now as you can simply undo the clip and vent it.(its either one of the two on top of the firewall).

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