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How do you vent air from the heater hoses?

The air is locked and blows cold air.

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Take youre hose to your air conditioner and sut the take a cap like you use for pluming and rubber cement the cap on. thenwhen you get youre heater fixed all you have to do is take the cap of with channel locks

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