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Heating problem i replaced the heater core in a 1988 camaro (iroc)350 and now the motor is over heating. Do i have to bleed the air out of the motor? If so how do i do that?

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Look for a large allen head plug on the thermostat housing if it is not present start the car cold with radiator cap off let the car run for at least ten minutes top off coolant and repeat.

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