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Wrx 1995 engine airlocked after replacing radiator,been advised to hand fill engine and then re-connect hoses to rad,where do i hand fill into? header tank?

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Take the cap off your rediator, start the engine. The air should slowly bubble out, as the air comes out of the system, the Rad fluid will drop. As it is dropping keep topping up your rad fluid. It may also help to squuze the rad hose this will also help to get the air out of the system faster as well.

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