Question about 2001 Cadillac DeVille
There should be bleeder valves either on the thermostat housing or by waterpump, just loosen them up start car and let it come up to temp. or until cooling fans come on, and watch them, when all air bubbles are gone and just coolant comming out, just close them back up and thats it. Now if there is no bleeders, just leave radiator cap loose on first notch and do same procedure stay back as it can be messey, when it looks like its all burped out shut off car let cool down and top off radiator and that should be it. Just watch your temp. guage as you do this as you don't want it to get real hot.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
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