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Does a 2005 toyota corolla have bleeder valves on the heads

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No,why ask that? is it leaking fluids?? if so your head gasket is blown

Posted on Apr 04, 2015

Testimonial: "husband changed the thermostat; wants to know if there is a bleeder valve to bleed air out of the head; his nissan had one"

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    Karen Allen Apr 04, 2015

    "husband changed the thermostat; wants to know if there is a bleeder valve to bleed air out of the head; his nissan had one"

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    johnny rebel Apr 04, 2015

    no,but,if he runs it without the radiator cover on tight,and run the heater till it gets warm and rev it to 1500 rpms it will be fine,remember to let it warm up under no pressure

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    Karen Allen Apr 04, 2015

    thank you

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No karen any air in the system would end up going out through the hose to the recovery bottle for the cooling system.
If your over heating it could have been the Tstat but more then likely their are other problems .
Iwould change the antifreeze and back flush the system also check the radiator cap it should hold at least 14.4 LBS.pressure and the antifreeze should not look brownish .Green or orange for GM olny .

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