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Posted by Anonymous on
Indicates that there is a air lock in the cooling system
bleed the air out by loosing off a high hose connection or taking it to a radiator shop for a pressure bleed
Posted on Dec 28, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try priming the engine block & radiator with water though the hose's & any hose you can squeeze to pump out the air lock with the filler cap off when running, sounds too much air is is in the system & the pump won't work dry.
I had this problem a few times & I ended up practically forcing water into any hose I could re-attach quickly using a garden hose, as the heating system need's priming too !
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
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