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Where are the bleeder screws for coolant system?

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The bleeder screw is on the passenger side front of engine. It is a small 1/4" square head bleeder bolt. Turn it counter clockwise making sure coolant level is full. After coolant is coming out then tighten back down.

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SOURCE: where is the coolant bleeder screw located on a 2001chevy impala

On the top of the thermostat housing

Posted on Jun 28, 2012

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The best way I know to tell you how to do bleed the system is to explain to you exactly how I do it. So here goes! Okay, you have fixed the cooling system, and now you are ready to fill it back up. So pour in the proper coolant mixture for your car in the cooling system reservoir until it comes to the top, and you cannot add any more. Then look at the point where the upper radiator hose meets the engine. This is usually the thermostat housing. The thermostat should be changed as a maintenance item, see your owner manual for the maintenance intervals. Anyways, on that thermostat housing, there should be a small bleeder screw. If it is not on the thermostat housing, just look for the highest point on the engine, ad there will be a small bleeder screw (if your vehicle requires it) If not, then don't look too hard for it, because your vehicle might not even need one. At this point you are going to open (or remove) that screw. Once the bleeder screw is out, you can crank the engine and turn the heater on. Turning on the heater circulates the coolant throughout the entire cooling system, so you can 'chase' the air out of it. So with the heater on, and the bleeder screw open, add the rest of the coolant until it comes out the bleeder screw without any air bubbles. It should be a steady stream. Once you get that steady stream of coolant, you can replace the bleeder screw, and the radiator cap. Continue to let the engine run, while you check your work for leaks. A good way to find out if there is a leak is to place a clean piece of cardboard under the engine and areas of it that you were working on. If anything drops down on that cardboard, you will be able to see it right away.

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