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Air in cooling system 1989 Chevy Celebrity

How do I bleed the air from the cooling system in a 1989 Chevy Celebrity?

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  • scott thomas May 11, 2010

    are you sure that it is air? what is the car doing exactly?

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If you have a V-6, there's a tube that runs along the front of the engine. It has a small nut on it. With the car turned off, take your radiator cap off, take the nut off the tube, start adding antifreeze to the radiator and when it all starts coming out in a stream, put the nut back on the tube. Then check your antifreeze level. Your done. Hope this is helpful. PHil

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