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Changed thermostat. now have air in fuel , how do u bleed fuel sy

Need to know how to bleed fuel system on 2001 Rodeo, changed thermostat, which was a blast. now when start car in morning it runs bout 30 seconds then dies, til u start it two or three times, then it stays running fine.

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The air bleeds itself out .sounds like fuel pressure regulator or fuel pump .thats what keeps the fuel from draining back to the tank when sitting

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