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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
no bleeder ,remove the radiator cap, start car,see if you are cirulatilng good!!
if not replace the waterpump and thermostat!!!
fill system completly up run with the cap off till it reaches operating temp
then make suure the system i s full ,then its burped put the cap back on your done!!!
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
SOURCE: Temp guage stays below
do you know if your truck has a thermostat in the engine? sounds like it does not.back in the old days we would cut a peice of card board half the size of our radiator and duct tape it if the front of the radiator to cut the air flow down.that way you would have heat,just not cover the whole radiator to cause a overheating problem.but if you get what i mean. you'll know thank you for choosing fixya.com have a great day
Posted on Jan 13, 2011
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