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I replaced the thermostat o a 2002 dodge intrepid 2.7 liter engine. When bleeding the system i get all air. My first thought was an airlock. I have tried everything i know how to do to get the airlock out. Still I have all air bleeding out. I have put a new thermostat in twice. Pressure bled the system. raised the vehicle. It seems as if the coolant is not circulating. any answers???

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    bilalinmd May 11, 2010

    You did make sure the water pump was spinning, didn't you? Are you sure the impeller is not broken?



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