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SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

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SOURCE: how do you bleed air pockets out of cooling system in 99 grand am

If a valve is expose on the upper heater hose piping crack that open only when the engine is warmed up for at least 15 minutes. If no valve is seen you will need to loosen one of the heater hose clamps ever so slowly to let the air out. The process to loosen the clamp is not recommended unless you do this first..... When the engine is COLD loosen a hose clamp and remove the hose and put it back on. Thighten the hose clamp snug only. The start the engine to warm up. In about three minutes see if you can twist the hose to move on the fitting. If you can snug the clamo a lttle more and check again. You do not want the hose to come off if too loose. Now that the engine is warmed up for 10 to 15 minutes shut OFF the engine and barely loosen the same clamp 1/4 turn at a time until coolant trickles out. Listen carefully for air escaping too. Air pressure does built up only when the engine gets hot and the air pocket does not move when the engine was cold with the hose removed beforehand. If no air was released upon this proceedure you have a blockage in your system and flushing maybe the only other option using pressure instead forcing the coolant out. Get a can of coolant flush before the power flush proceedure. A radiator pressure tester can be used to power flush with an air fitting adapter installed in place of the guage

Posted on Mar 28, 2010

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SOURCE: bleed air out of cooling system

you have air in the system

Posted on Jul 12, 2012

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Assuming you have already filled your cooling system with the proper G12 coolant to the cross-hatch level, open the coolant overflow/fill bottle cap. Leave it off. Start the car and let it idle. Turn your heater on full hot and full fan speed. Let it come up to temp so the thermostat opens up and allows coolant to flow through your system. When the system burps, you'll see air bubbles show up in the overflow tank. Let it cycle a another time and then top off the coolant if needed. Then close up the cap and call it a day.

Posted on Apr 14, 2009

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SOURCE: how do you bleed cooling system for 1995 nissan pickup truck

  1. Open radiator cap and air relief plug.
  2. Fill radiator with coolant to specified level.
  3. Close air relief plug.
  4. Run engine and bring to operating temperature.
  5. Race engine two or three times under no-load.
  6. Stop engine and let cool, then add coolant as necessary.

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How to bleed cooling sysem


Just drive and add coolant from time to time. Carefully open the filler cap. If coolant keep missing you may have a leak. If you see no leakage you can see for white smoke in the exhaust. if pressure keeps building up in the system you have a cracked cylinder head or a bad head gasket.

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-Make sure the is not presure in the cooling system before do thisor release carefully.
-Disconnect the upper hose from the radiator and fill water (coolant)
through the hose to the engine. If water can't get in beacuse the thermostat is closed. Simply remove it and fill untill full.

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You have trapped air in the cooling circuit. Or your water pump may not be operational. Or you have blockage somewhere else in the cooling circuit. By the way...... Did you check and or replace the cooling system cap. You should test that cap once a year.
Some of these cooling systems can be tricky. They place BLEEDER VALVES at the high points in the cooling system. Allowing you to remove all the trapped air out of the closed loop cooling system. The cooling system has to have a certain amount of pressure for purposes of flow. That pressure should be less than the value stated on the cooling cap. Look for bleeder valves, - you will have to fill the vehicle with them open. And then Fill and bleed as the engine is running. When the engine is running you will crack the bleeder open until fluid comes out close it and repeat several times until all the air is removed from the system.
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