Question about 2006 Holden Commodore SS
I am trying to bleed the cooling system of a Holden Statesman 1998 vs 2 supercharged.Can you tell me the procedure please
Posted by Anonymous on
To bleed the cooling system on a vs supercharged statesman .
Makes sure you have coolant in the radiator and over flow botthe.
turn the heater to the on position and on high.
make sure you have plenty more coolant close by.
with the radiator cap off and the engine idling .
now top coolant up and place radiator cap on.
increase idle revs so the system pressurises.
now the system is warm and pressure .
you can open the bleeder 1 by 1 starting at the highest point.
1st couple of times you open the system you will get a lot of air ,you can stop bleeding this nipple once there is a good stream of coolant flowing.
do the same with other nipples as there is 3 bleeders in total.
Once all air is out do not open radiator cap again top coolant up in overflow bottle only.
double check coolant level again when its cold ..
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