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Bleed air off of a 2009 dodge caravan coolant system

Just need to know where the bleeder screw is on the coolant system of my 09 dodge Gr Caravan Flex fuel

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SOURCE: replace broken fuel door 2000 dodge caravan

If you're on the smallish side and pretty limber, you might avoid removing the rear wheel. If not, you will likely need to remove the rear wheel and put the van on jack stands securely. I would remove the underside splash shield and gain access from underneath. It looks like you will need to unscrew the plastic insert that surrounds the filler neck inside the area that is exposed when you open the fuel door. Make sure you get the vent hooked up correctly when you are done.

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SOURCE: Bleeding Clutch Cylinder with no bleeder screw

I have not tried myself but see if the link below will work for your case. It is not the same model as you have but most vehicles have the same components for the non electronic parts.

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SOURCE: 2000 Dodge Grand Caravan need to know where relay

the cooling fan relay is not in the fuse box.

it is a solid state relay bolted to the radiator core support just behind the bumper

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SOURCE: need to know where connection for EGR valve 05 dodge gr caravan

by the alternator plugged into the egr valve.

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SOURCE: Is a 2000 Dodge Grand Caravan fuel filler neck usable in a 1999?

yes it will swap and you have to remove it from the bottom of the van remove the screw/clips from inside the filler door and then from underneth disconect the filler tube ti tank and the vent hose to the tank i belive there is a bracket also holding the filler tube to the body with one bolt then it snakes out of the va r insalating is just reverse

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first you need to make sure you can open all bleeders on each wheel.You will need 2 people,1 to open and close bleeder and 1 to pump and hold pedal down.Be carefull,bleeders that haavnt been opened in a while can break off.Spray them with PB Blaster and let them sit for while.Then you start with pass rear then drivers rear then pass front then drivers font in that order.Make sure master is full of fluid,then have person pump brakes 5 to 7 times and hold them on,then open bleeder until the pedal is down to floor.Make sure person pushing pedal lets you close the bleeder before letting pedal up to pump it again.Repeat this until there is no air coming out of bleeder.If they let pedal up and you havnt closed the bleeder, it will **** air back into system.

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Did you bleed the cooling system after refilling the radiator ? to bleed the system, fill the radiator with water and coolant. Run the engine until it is at a good temperature. Then turn off the engine and look for a bleeding screw at the oulet of the thermostat housing and turn it with a screwdriver counterclock wise. The trapped air will go out and coolant will start coming out. refill the radiator and repeat until only coolant comes out and no careful not to burn yourself.

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