Question about 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier
Is there a bleed valve to bleed air out of the system? If so where is it?
Usualy the cap where you fill up the coolant has eihter a small hole or has a valve incorporated to bleed too much pressure out. if you are constantly loosing coolant, usualy this valve ist not the cause. usualy you have a leak in your cooling system, either somwhere in the cooler, the pipe, the hoses, which could be easy detected. or you have a leak into the cylinders. dedection difficult. if you cant find it, see a mechanic.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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