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Running hot think it is air locked how do you bleed air from it

Replaced thermostat and radiator still running hot and blowing cold air out of heater the lower hose is cold and the heater hoses are also cold the upper radiator hose is hot

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Loosen the cap on the rad and run the engine up to operating temperature. Make sure the rad is full, and go for a short drive around the block to warm up the engine. Make sure the heater is turned on high and the fan running full. There will likely be some burping and gurgling going on as the air gets forced out. Keep checking and topping up the rad. Eventually it will stop.You should run it for acouple days with the cap loose to be sure all the air is out. After that, make sure the rad is full, close the cap and top up the overflow bucket.

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The heater radiator had to be flushed twice at the dealership. No problem since then.

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You still have air in the system. remove the radiator cap, if you have one, if not remove the resevoir cap. start the car and let it warm up to operating temperture. keep check on the level and fill as necessary. you may have to do ths a couple of times.

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Thanks for choosing FixYa and welcome to the site. Have you checked to see if it is a coolant sensor? Have you checked to make sure the fans are coming on? Are you leaking coolant anywhere? Checked the cap?

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You will need to bleed the air out of the system there should be a bleeder where the top hose connects to the engine

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