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How do you bleed the cooling system on the ford maverick m reg

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Hello
Your Ford Maverick should be a self bleeding system, but if that is not working then leave the red cap off turn your heater on hot & full blow, then just keep top in up the header tank, after sum time you will probley get a the air coiming out of the red/header tanks.

This should help you bleed the the jeep
Regards Paul
www.limotec.co.uk
If you need more help please contact me

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