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Does a mitsubishi canter 1989 trucks have a bleeder valve for the cooling system to get rid of air bubbles

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egr stands for Exhaust Gas Recirculation.....it is a system that takes some of the exhaust gasses and recirculates it back into the intake to be re burnt, although this system is necessary for proper emission readings at your tail pipe.it will likely cause no problems with the driving of your vehicle.........the problem could be a faulty egr valve or it could be a problem in the plumbing (pipes and hoses) of the system.Your best bet is to take your vehicle to a trusted mechanics shop to have them inspect the egr system and replace the faulty parts.
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Posted on Dec 13, 2008

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dr_greg is incorect. The bleeder valve is on the thermastat housing near the intake manifold. Follow the hose from the top of the radiator to the the engine. Look for something that looks like a 12mm head nut with a metal nipple comming through it. If you change your coolant but do not open this valve untill coolant flows from it you may cause an air pocket to remain in your engine, possibly causing your car to over heat.

Posted on Apr 16, 2009

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Posted on May 07, 2009

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Most manuals I found do not cover diesel engines. There is a Peter Russek manual for your truck which covers diesel engines. Click on the following link to check the manual http://www.auto-repair-manuals.com/Mitsubishi-1997-2002-L200-2WD-4WD-2-0L_2-4L-Petrol-2-5L-Diesel-Russek-Repair-Manual.html
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hello - i cant locate the clutch fluid reserve in my 88 canter truck...

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How do I bleed air out of cooling system


remove radiator cap start engine and let air bubbles come to top as vehicle heats warms up. Also check for bleeder valve at metal water pipes or on thermostat housing

Mar 19, 2015 | 2001 Dodge Durango

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Where can is the cooling system bleeder valve located?


Automotive cooling system has no bleeder valve. Removing trapped air (bleeding) from the system is done by loosening the upper radiator hose with the engine running, and letting some coolant to ooze out. If the coolant coming out already has no bubbles with it, then you already expelled out the trapped air. Simply running the system with out the radiator cap will also do the trick.

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I got a 98 Buick century I change the water pump. Thermostat hoses and top and bottom gaskets I put water on the radiator and spitsit right back would you toll me what could be the problem thanks


You have an air bubble inside the cooling system. There is a little bleeder valve by either the thermostat or where the hose goes into the motor. It should look like a bleeder valve on the brakes or just a thumb screw. Anyway you need to open that bleeder when the motor is cool while you are adding the antifreeze. Leave it open just until all air bubbles come out and it's straight antifreeze. Then close it and finish filling the resevior. Run the motor about 10 minutes. Let it cool and then recheck fluid level again.

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I have changed the thermostat, and Waterpump. But it is still overheating. Someone said that it might be the head gasket.Will that cost me alot of money? Will that sovle the problem?


Before you tackle the head gaskets I would check a couple other things first:
  • If you just replaced the thermostat and the water pump, that means that you've recently added coolant to the cooling system. I would check for air bubbles in the system by 'burping' it. In order to burb the system you need to open it up either at the radiator cap or at the bleeder valve. On a lot of cars you can find the bleeder valve by following the upper radiator hose to the thermostat. Slightly open the bleeder and squeeze the upper hose a few times to try and work out any air bubbles. You can also run the engine with the bleeder open or the cap off to try and circulate the coolant and allow any air to escape. Air bubbles in the system can cause overheating.
  • Another thing you can check are your fans. Run your car for a while at idle to allow it to heat up. When it gets to the point where it starting to overheat check your cooling fans to see if they're running. If they're not, chances are that the coolant temperature sensor has gone bad which is fairly inexpensive and easy to fix.

If it does end up being the head gaskets then yes, that would cost a lot of money to repair. Let's hope that's not it.

Good Luck!

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Cant find cooling bleeder valve on 2000 subaru outback


coolant bleeder valve is on r/s passenger side on top of rad is a phillips plug to eliminate air bubbles and make filling easy i remove upper raqd hose at rad lift hose pour coolant into hose till full and coolant starts to come out of rad then attatch hose to rad finish filling fluid till full you will fill system full and no air bubbles just a trick i use tell no one else lol

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We have bled the brakes at least 4 times and they are still spongy. It is a 1938 ford with a frame mounted master cylinder and discs front and back. GM Calipers on Front, Speedway Ford on Rear. Used a...


If no fluid is "leaking" from the brake lines (inspect visually) then the brakes should be bled with this method: Use 1/8 inch 2 foot long hose from parts store and attach the hose from bleeder valve ball on the brake caliper to a bottle partially filled with brake fluid. The end of the hose in the bottle must be submerged in some clean brake fluid in the bottle. With a second person holding the brake pedal to the floor, slowly turn bleeder valve counter clockwise (loosen tiny bit) with wrench and watch for dirty brake fluid to create bubbles in the bottle. When bubbles start, quickly tighten bleeder valve back to tight. Second person should lift foot, pump and then while valve is still tight should push the pedal to the floor again and THEN you again open bleeder valve slowly turning counter clockwise and watch for bubbles. Repeat until no more bubbles can be created in the bottle where the hose is submerged. Move to next caliper and repeat. For a firm brake pedal you will need to repeat this on all four calipers.

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I would recommend that you bleed all air out of the cooling system. The bleeder valve is located on top of the engine. Once engine starts to overheat or when you can hear bubbling back into the overflow bottle, turn car off and open bleeder valve. If you see bubbling you have air in your system. Bleed the system a couple of times and see if this helps.A heat sensor sending unit which controls activation of the electric fan could also have failed.But if the heat sensor is properly working then check the radiator cap is it properly fitted or got loose.If its loose it will release the pressure and car will overheat.But if the radiator cap is properly closed.Then its time to check the HEAD GASKET.As you have replaced the head gasket still get it checked is it overheating very quickly or is the head gasket placed properly also check the coolant level in the car. Thanks. you can rate this solution and show your appreciation.

May 19, 2010 | 1995 Mitsubishi Montero

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Cooling system is air bound, how can I bleed it out?


Look for bleeder valves somewhere on the top of the cooling system. If you see any use them to remove trapped air. Start the engine and slowly turn the screw to remove trapped air. If there are no bleeder screws then remove the radiator cap from a cool engine. Make sure the radiator is full. Start the engine and watch for escaping air bubbles. Keep the radiator full at all times. When the engine reaches close to full operating temperature and you see no more air bubbles escaping put the cap back on. You may have to do this one more time if you experience any more trapped air in the system. Just make sure to look closely for bleeder valves. They will look like tire valves with a cap.

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I need to locate the bleeder valve for a '96 pontiac sunfire, it appears to have air in the cooling system which is causing it to overheat.


Did you replace the thermostat? If not replace it. Is the cooling fan running? If not check the fuse & thermal relay. If it has a bleeder valve it will be located on the highest part of the cooling system. It may not have one. With the engine cold remove the radiator cap. Make sure the radiator is full. Set the heater control to Hot. Start the engine and watch for escaping air bubbles. Keep the radiator full until you see no more air escaping. If it continues to overheat repeat the process.

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