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You must wait for the thermostat to open up, crank your heater on full, you will get only cold air once the thermostat opens it will start to heat up, heather runing wait for thermostat to open youll see your coolant bottle bubble up and go down , then you loosen the bleeding valve if you got one, cooling system service should be done all together , change thermostat,flush the coolant system, replace hoses if needed, if thermostat is shut and wont open up your more likely will blow a hose from the pressure .ty
Posted on Jan 01, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you've just replaced the engine coolant there is likely to be a small amount of air in the system.
Leave the cap off, start the engine and let it tick over for a few minutes to allow any air to escape.. Top-up the cooling system if necessary.
Posted on Jan 21, 2016
Is this the jaguar 3.9 engine? If so, you equalize the coolant by adding thru the Degas bottle with the bleeder screw removed.Here's a link:
Hope this helps! don-ohio (:^)
Posted on Dec 25, 2016
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