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Coolant air bleeder

How do i change the coolant air bleeder

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    How to install coolant Air bleeder in 2002 Chrysler Sebring

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    removed coolant air bleeder because it was leaking and discovered that a piece of iron was between original coolant air bleeder and aluminum engine block. the iron rusted away but left a pitted area on the block and cracked the original coolant air bleeder. Is this something that happens all the time with dodge products. Would not buy any dodge vehicle because of poor workmanship and equally poor material used in construction. Any recourse from dodge for not assembling the parts with clean surfaces.

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If you need to do this because the top came off, I found it to be a big job on the 2.7L V6. I initially tried to bond the top back on with no success.

To replace it, you have to remove both the upper and lower intake plenum. This device has the upper radiator hose connected in front, and the tube which runs back below the intake plenum connects to a heater hose at the rear. The hose clamp on the rear connection is very hard to get to. Unless you have a lot of mechanical experience, and a lot of patience, you may want to pay someone to do this for you. The price on the part from the dealer was about $110, as I remember.

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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SOURCE: how do you replace a coolant air bleeder on 2000 dodge intrepid

unscrew it out of the thermostat housing and screw a new one in. make sure cars not hot when you do this.

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Coolant air bleeder???

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no you do not have to bleed it and yes it it is a bleeder no need to use it though i change coolants every day and never have to use it thats mainlly if there is alot of pressure in the lines

Posted on Jul 06, 2009

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Sounds like you make have another leak somewhere allowing air to enter into the system. I would recommend doing a coolant system pressure test. This will tell you if there is a leak somewhere else.

Posted on Mar 17, 2011

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Bleed system again sounds like there is an airlock

Posted on Mar 26, 2011

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