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How do i bleed coolant system on mg zr 2003


after filling cooling system there is a bleed screw on the coolant pipe that runs round the end of the cylinder head.rh has you look under bonnet 8mm head,loosen that or remove it may be blocked! the heater can give problems if you have completely drained the system or have had a major leak it may be airlocked! make sure the heater is set to hot, run engine until coolant flows from bleed screw, close bleed screw, remove coolant cap carefully,and top up.leave to stand for 20 mins or so. re top up run engine @2500 revs if the heater is cold and you have no bleed screw on the heater hose. there is a valve that fails in the heater hose bypassing the heater matrix.that may need replacing if the heater is cold, hope this helps.

Mar 08, 2015 | MG Cars & Trucks

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Putting in the antifreeze


remove header tank cap undo drain plug at bottom of radiator and bleed screw at top of radiator once all coolant has drained retighten tthe drain plug pour the new coolant into the header tank waiting for the coolant to drain through system and watch for coolant to come out of the bleed screw , shut bleed screw top up the header tank to the max level replace cap.Now run engine ,dont drive just stay with revs at 1500 open bleed screw to let any trapped air out and wait for the cooling fan to cut in , allow engine to cool down and refill header tank if required and repeat the running/bleeding/fancutting in procedure until when engine has cooled the coolant is near the max mark on header tank

Apr 09, 2014 | Fiat Palio Cars & Trucks

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2001 3 litre s type. water pump replaced now coolant leaks from overflow once engine is switched off


By removing the water pump obviously alot of water has drained out therefore you need to prime the air out of the complete water system at the radiator. The coolant leaking out is caused by the hot air rising to escape out the coolant bottle the only exit point.With the engine switched off, alocate a bleed screw on the top or on the side of the radiator and open that screw.Then keep pouring water into the coolant bottle until you see air escaping from the bleed screw.Once the air stops releasing and only water then spurts out, close the bleed screw. The system is now 95% primed. Start the engine and let her idle then open the bleed screw again, if only water spurts out for about 5 seconds then the system is completely primed. If there is still air coming out you can rev the engine a bit to circulate the water faster and then the system will bleed quicker(Not forgetting of course to top up the bottle replacing the lost water from bleeding) as soon as there is only water shooting out the bleeder, close the bleeder and top up the bottle to the maximum mark only. If ever you over top beyond the maximum mark just open the bleed screw to let out some water until it drops to the maximum mark and then close.The system is now fully bled. Problem solved.

Apr 15, 2013 | 2001 Jaguar S-Type

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My heat does not work properly


sounds like you have an air lock in the system, look for a bleed screw on hose or pipe.
when vehicle is cold remove coolant resevoir cap and fill with the bleed screw loose until coolant comes out of screw.Then tighten screw refit cap and run engine.
if unable to find bleed screw raise the front of vehicle as much as possible and top up coolant.

Jan 03, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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1999 alero changed thermstat and the car will intermitantly overheat there seems to be no pattern.


BLEED AIR OUT COOLANT SYSTEM.WAIT UNTIL ENGINE COOL DOWN.REMOVE COOLANT OVER FLOW PRESSURE CAP.IF YOU HAVE 3.1 OR 3.4 ENGINE OPEN AIR BLEED SCREW ON WATER PUMP BYPASS HOSE.OPEN BLEED SCREW.WATCH COOLANT IN OVER FLOW AS YOU OPEN BLEED SCREW COOLANT WILL DROP IN OVER FLOW JUG. AS IT DROPS CLOSE BLEED SCREW ADD MORE COOLANT IN OVER FLOW JUG DO THIS UNTIL COOLANT LEVEL STAY AT COLD FULL MARK.WHEN DONE TIGHTEN BLEED SCREW DONT OVER TIGHTEN IT OR IT WILL STRIP OUT BREAK.CRANK CAR UP UNTIL THERMOSTAT OPEN THAT WHEN TOP RADIATOR HOSE GET HOT.WATCH COOLANT GAUGE,IF ENGINE TEMPERATURE RISES TURN OFF ENGINE WAIT UNTIL COOL.REMOVE RADIATOR PRESSURE CAP USING A RAG TO KEEP FROM GETTING HANDS SCALED.ADD MORE COOLANT IF NEEDED WHEN ENGINE COOLANT STOP DROPPING IN OVER FLOW JUG AND ENGINE DONT OVER HEAT AIR IS OUT OF COOLANT SYSTEM.

Sep 13, 2010 | 1999 Oldsmobile Alero

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Where is the coolant bleed screw in the 05 Chevy Equinox LT? This is killing me....bled air out of some hose that sprayed a greenish oily substance, but i haven't seen where the engine coolant bleeds...


the 05 uses the red coolant dexcool which is not compatible with green [antifreeze]if u topped off the nox with green the mixture jells causing all sorts of cooling problems need to flush out system as to bleed screw their isnt one

May 11, 2010 | 2005 Chevrolet Equinox

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I need to know what the coolant fill procedure is for my 2000 olds intrigue . i do not have an owners manual


What engine? For the 3.5l, jack up the right front. Remove the bleed screw that is in the upper right of the radiator. Fill the coolant recovery tank until the coolant flows out of the bleed screw. Put a paper towel or rag between the outlet on the side of the bleed screw and the headlight. Screw the bleed screw until it barely closes. Run the engine and open the bleed screw until coolant streams out of the outlet. Close and let engine warm till thermostat opens. Carefully crack open bleed screw very slightly and let air out - careful, this is killer hot steam and water. Check coolant level. Unjack car and recheck coolant level after 4 or 5 thermal cycles (cold start, warm til thermostat opens, cool down).

Mar 20, 2010 | 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue

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Heater core


Has the car overheted ? If so did you install the thermostat ? Check the coolant level. Low coolant level causes the car heater to not work. Also always bleed the cooling system everytime you add coolant when doing work on a car's engine. They have a bleeding screw near the thermostat housing or on the housing itself. After getting the engine to operating temperature, turn that little screw counter clockwise. This will release the pressure in the cooling system. Keep it open until only coolant comes out. If you cannot find a bleeding screw, do not open the radiator cap. But slowly turn the cap until you hear the coolant start flowing into the coolant reservoir .

Jan 01, 2010 | 1996 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Coupe

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I have a 1994 Dodge Ram that keeps overheating.


have you replaced the thermostat , checked for leaks , etc. ? If so, when adding coolant did you bleed the system ? The system has to be bled of air bubbles . Almost all cars have a bleeding screw right at the thermostat housing. It is a regular screwdriver screw. you must bleed the cooling system after adding coolant . If you can't find a bleeding screw, get some thick gloves so you won't burn your hands . Turn the radiator cap until you hear air hiss out. Let it bleed until only coolant wants to come out into the reservoir. The car must be running to operating temperature when you blled the system.

Dec 29, 2009 | 1994 Dodge Ram

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Coolant is low. bleeding system?


Hi.You have to open that bleeding screw until all the air is out of the cooling system

Nov 17, 2009 | 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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