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Air pocket in the cooling system i'm assuming?
Remove radiator cap when the engine has cooled down (verify by collapsing the upper radiator hose to make sure there is no pressure remaining) start the vehicle, turn your climate control to high fan, hottest temp. Add coolant to the radiator as needed. You should have good heat coming out of defrost when the cooling system is successfully bled out.
Posted on Jul 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go inside the car, on the drivers side, from the floorboard look at the top of the gas pedal from the door. From the door, look just past the top of the gas pedal you will see the spot to pull the filter out. There are 2 parts to the filter in this car so replace both. One - Filter, 2 charcoal filter.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
the MAF sensor is between the air filter and throttle body. the idle controll is at the throttle body.
Its located on the throttle body on the left side. Follow the air intake to an intake manifold which sits on top of the throttle body.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
the nipple sticks out side the bell housing on the left side just above your hydralic line for your clutch,auto zones web has a complete diagraham and steps for bleeding
Posted on May 09, 2009
Check your transmission fluid level asap. if the level is good, you will need to inspect the shift solenoids located inside the transmission pan. replace any solenoids that are proven to be faulty. i would also advise to test the pcm/tcm for its operational value as well. this device controls the shifting patterns of the auto trans.
while checking the solenoids, if you notice any metal fragments on the bottom of the pan, this will be a sign of major gear friction. you should re build in this case.
Posted on May 24, 2009
fill coolant with bleeder open until the coolant comes out of the bleeder. if it still over heat and has air in the system replace the head gasket. hope this helps
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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