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How to bleed the radiator on a peugeot 2006 307 XS model


B1GG0RK1 - 206 TU ENGINE DW8 ENGINE
DRAINING - FILLING - BLEEDING COOLING SYSTEM
1 - SPECIAL TOOLS
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2 - DRAINING
TU ENGINE
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Carefully remove the expansion chamber cap .
b1gk06kc.gifUnscrew the radiator drain plug (1) .
NOTE : fit a pipe to the outlet to allow clean drainage of the system .
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Open the bleed screws (2) .
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b1gk075c.gifDrain the engine by removing the plug (3) .
ALL MODELS
3 - FILLING AND BLEEDING THE SYSTEM
Before any re-filling operation, flush the cooling circuit with clean water .
WARNING : check the cooling system for leaks .
DW8 ENGINE
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Fit the filling cylinder [1] to the filler opening .
Open all the bleed screws .
Fill the circuit slowly with coolant .
Close the bleed screws in the order in which the liquid flows without bubbles .
The filling cylinder must be filled to the 1 litre mark to bleed the heater matrix correctly .
Start the engine .
Maintain the engine speed at 1500 to 2000 rpm until the end of the second cooling cycle (fan(s) starting then stopping) keeping the filling cylinder filled to the 1 litre mark .
Stop the engine .
Remove the filling cylinder [1] .
Immediately tighten the plug on the expansion chamber .
If necessary fill up to the level of the maximum mark (Engine cold) .

Jul 06, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Radiator Flush-Block Plug to fully Drain System?


only way to drain a cooling system and engine block is to take the bottom hose off teh radiator as its lowest ponit ,no drain plugs fitted to modern vehicles ,make sure correct strengh antifreeze is added

Feb 11, 2011 | 2004 Buick LeSabre

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Cooling system drain plugs at the block Where are the drain plugs on the block for a chrvolette blazer 1998


The block is drained when the radiator is drained. There is not likely a separate engine drain plug.

Nov 24, 2010 | Chevrolet Blazer Cars & Trucks

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How to drain cooling system


First drain the radiator. Next leave the rad drain open and remove the heater core hose from the top of the rad by the filler cap. plug the hole in the rad where the heater hose was and use an air gun to inject air into the cooling system via the disconnected heater hose. Be sure to use short spurts so that you so not over pressure the system. This will drain the majority of the engine and the coolant will come out in a hurry. Hope this helps.

Nov 13, 2010 | 2004 Chevrolet Express

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Where is the drain plug for the radiator


Should be a drain **** at the bottom of the radiator that unscrews out. It looks like a wing nut has been welded to a bolt on the end of it. Another way to do this is just pull off the bottom hose.

Mar 31, 2010 | 2001 Jeep Cherokee

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Drain cooling system


Make sure the engine is cold before you drain the cooling system. First remove the radiator cap. Under the hood on the bottom of the radiator you will find a drain plug. You turn it counter clockwise and drain the coolant into a container. After it has been drained add new coolant using the half and half (half coolant half clean water.) After having added the coolant. Be sure to add the kind of coolant that ,("goes with any color".) Replace the radiator cap.Run the engine to operating temerature then be sure to bleed the cooling system. They have a bleed screw near the thermostat housing . (That's where the hose from the radiator connects to.) Make sure all the air comes out from the bleed valve screw until coolant starts coming out. Tighten the screw and let the engine get cool again. check that there is coolant in the container where it says coolant only near the radiator.

Nov 27, 2009 | 1998 Ford Windstar

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How to change/flush coolant on a 2003 jetta


Slap on those vinyl gloves because the ethylene glycol in antifreeze can cause skin damage - however we recommend this because the antifreeze feels like engine oil.With your catch pan in place, remove the radiator drain plug and collect all old coolant. Immediately dispose of the coolant as required by environmental laws - if you are to surrender the old coolant at a waste management facility, be sure you use containers which can be properly sealed to avoid spillage, etc.To expedite the draining process, remove your radiator fill cap to allow air to enter the system.
Also be sure to remove all coolant from your radiator reservoir. We suggest you use the gravity siphon trick - just be sure not to ingest any coolant.
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Watch the old coolant as it exits the system - this will give you a good idea of your vehicle's cooling system condition.If you see metal flakes, oily surface, white flakes, etc .. you can make a diagnosis of your engine's coolant system.
Essentially, if you see anything but coolant and some very minor debris, it can indicate the early signs of cooling system failure.When all coolant has been drained from the radiator, replace the radiator drain plug and then fill the system with plain tap water to dilute remaining antifreeze in the engine block.
With the cooling system refilled with tap water, replace the radiator fill cap and run the engine allowing it to reach operating temperature.When the engine's cooling fan turns on, it is an indication that the vehicle's thermostat has opened, allowing the freshly added water to circulate through the engine thus diluting the remaining coolant. Allow the engine to run for a few minutes before shutting it off.
At this point, you can either wait until the engine cools off, or take fate in your own hands and continue the flushing process.Repeat the draining process being sure to once again collect and dispose of all waste coolant.
At this point, if you have opted to purchase a radiator flush kit, you should refill the cooling system with tap water and add the caustic fluid as directed.
Run the engine for as long as the radiator flush kit calls for (usually less than 10 minutes).
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Once again, drain the cooling system, collecting all waste fluid. This is the last time you will be required to collect engine coolant during this process.Now that the cooling system is empty, replace the radiator drain plug and refill the cooling system with distilled water only. The reason that you should only use distilled water at this point is to avoid mineral deposits which will deteriorate your cooling system over time.
Once the cooling system has been completely filled, start the engine to allow the water to circulate. Once again remove the radiator drain plug. As the engine runs, pour fresh distilled water into the radiator fill hole at the same rate that it exits the system.Continue this process until the water being drained from the radiator appears to be clear and free of debris. Once you are satisfied with the drain water's appearance, stop the engine and allow all remaining water to drain out.Replace the radiator drain plug and prepare to mix your distilled water and coolant.
Be sure to mix your coolant to the ratio recommended by your manufacturer. In most cases, the ratio is 50% distilled water and 50% coolant.
As a tip, mix the coolant and water in a third container being sure to observe the proper ratio.As you mix your water and coolant, use your hydrometer to measure the specific gravity - this will give you a good idea of whether or not you are mixing the coolant and water properly.
Once you have mixed enough coolant and water to fill your engine's coolant system entirely, grab a funnel and place it in the radiator fill hole.Fill your radiator at a rate of no more than:
{ 1 L/min. \ 1.1 US qt./min. \ 0.9 Imp. qt./min. }.
Continue the filling process until the coolant reaches the bottom of the fill neck. Now fill the radiator reservoir to the full mark.
With the radiator fill cap still off, start the car and allow it to idle. As the engine runs, continue to add coolant as air escapes the engine and cooling system.As you top up the radiator, be sure to "burp" the cooling system by firmly squeezing the radiator hoses (both upper and lower). Continue to squeeze and release the hoses to help push any errant air bubbles out of the system.
Once you are unable to fill the radiator any further, replace the radiator fill cap and stop the engine - you are finished.


Nov 15, 2009 | 2003 Volkswagen Jetta TDI

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How do you remove the water pump on a 2006 monte carlo


  1. Drain the cooling system. Refer to Draining and Filling Cooling System (LS4 Static Fill) Draining and Filling Cooling System (LZE, LZ4, LZ9 Static Fill) Draining and Filling Cooling System (9C1, 9C3 Static Fill) Draining and Filling Cooling System (LS4 GE 47716 Fill) Draining and Filling Cooling System (LZE, LZ4, LZ9, 9C1, 9C3 GE 4771 Fill).
  2. Loosen the water pump pulley bolts.
  3. Remove the drive belt.
  4. Remove the water pump pulley bolts and pulley.
  5. Remove the water pump bolts.
  6. Remove the water pump and gasket.
  7. Clean the water pump mating surfaces
    1. Position a NEW water pump gasket and the water pump to the engine front cover. Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice.
    2. Install the water pump bolts. Tighten the bolts to 10 Nm (89 inch lbs.) .
  1. Install the water pump pulley and bolts.
  2. Install the drive belt.
  3. Tighten the water pump pulley bolts. Tighten the bolts to 25 Nm (18 ft. lbs.) .
  4. Fill the cooling system. Refer to Draining and Filling Cooling System (LS4 Static Fill) Draining and Filling Cooling System (LZE, LZ4, LZ9 Static Fill) Draining and Filling Cooling System (9C1, 9C3 Static Fill) Draining and Filling Cooling System (LS4 GE 47716 Fill) Draining and Filling Cooling System (LZE, LZ4, LZ9, 9C1, 9C3 GE 4771 Fill).
  5. Inspect for leaks.
Hope this helps

Oct 01, 2009 | 2006 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

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What is the proper way to drain the cooling system and what is the cooling system capacity of a 2004 VW Jetta TDI?


The capacity is 2- 2.5 gallons of coolant.
I would drain the cooling system from the radiator drain plug.

I would follow the owners manual for the instruction and fluid levels.

Aug 14, 2009 | 2004 Volkswagen Jetta

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How do you change antfreeze


Dude you should have a drain plug on th bottom of the radiator. Remove and drain it out, run water through the system for a good ten minutes. Then reinstall drain plug and fill your cooling system with the correct antifreeze. You fill canister should be on the left side of the car and you should use GM Goodwrench DEX-COOL or Havoline DEX-COOL coolant.

Aug 11, 2009 | 2001 Oldsmobile Aurora

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