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How to bleeding cooling system 1996 chevy impala

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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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Fill the resovoir full of coolant then put the cap on. Start the car and let the tempture get about 160 -190 depending on your thermostat. Then proceed to turn the motor off. While the motor is off locate the bleeder valve that is loacted on a metal pipe that runs to the side of the head, Slowly turn the bleeder valve between 3/4 to a full rotation then begin to let the system bleed until there is a steady stream of coolant exiting the valve. Start the vehicle again and repeat till resovoir is full and there is absolutley no air in the system. Failure to do so will result in vapor lock and ultimatley coolant system failure

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I have replaced the radiator in my 2003 Chevrolet Impala LS. The car started running hot and shut down. Took it to a radiator shop and found a crack in the radiator. I have replaced 2 thermostats in the car already. I noticed water running from under my car today and it seems it was coming back out of the overflow. I am stumped as to what is going on with this car.

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on every there is a bleeder, usualy the highest point of the cooling system. unscrew the bleeder tip and let the air out

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The simplest way is to raise the front of the vehicle to where the radiator is higher than the engine. Start the engine, turn the heater controls to maximum temperature and remove the radiator cap. Let the engine run, when the thermostat opens up, the coolant level in the radiator tank will drop as the coolant is being drawn into the engine. Pour antifreeze into the radiator until it is full. Let the coolant level drop again, and repeat the filling process. Continue to do this until the coolant level no longer drops. All the air has been displaced with liquid. Put the radiator cap back on and lower the vehicle. A tip: add the coolant slowly so as not to cause the thermostat to close. If it closes you will lose some coolant from overflow. Just wait for it to open up again and refill.

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