Question about 1989 Honda Accord 4 Door
If the cooling system has air in it, yes you have to bleed it. If there is no small fitting on top of the engine to allow air to escape, you have to run the engine with the radiator cap or filler tank cap loose until the thermostat opens, then add more coolant.
I wonder about air in the system if it did not run hot right after you installed the radiator. Is it possible you are leaking coolant somewhere, or burning it out the exhaust ?
Posted on Apr 28, 2013
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