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My guess is there is an airlock in the water system/heater. Any good DIY mechanic or shop should know what to do. If you have some idea or a good neighbour look for a return hose high up on the engine, release the hose so it can be easily pulled and refitted. Start up and when idling pull hose off and see if it coughs air out with the water, run until clear but keep the header tank topped up at all times.
Posted on Nov 19, 2014
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