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May be a bad ignition switch. Do not hang a bunch of trinkets and keys from your key ring. 2 keys at most. Perform an OBDII scan before doing any repairs. Let your scan print out be your guide to any parts replacement.
This instructable will walk you through the simple process of "burping" or getting all of the trapped air out of your cars cooling system. ... Despite all the complaints about DexCool coolant, I have never had an issue. ... in that way, my cars are as reliable as possible regarding cooling ...
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U have a failed air temperature control electric blend door actuator, to replace this part requires the dash be removed from the car, the part is located on the outside of the heating duct about center of dash.
This isn't so much of a solution as it is an understanding. My rear passenger window just started doing the exact same thing a few weeks ago. I finally had to get black duct tape that matches the color of my car to keep it up. Sorry I couldn't help you more, but would love to find a solution myself.
If you can't remove all the air by filling while running with heater on hot, there is a possibility that you have a leaking cylinder head gasket (pressure from there will fill the cooling system and displace coolant) To test, have a shop do a hydrocarbon test on the radiator. Hope I'm wrong, but quite often on those I'm not.
There is a vent tube that runs down into the tank, it is part of the fill pipe, it allows air to come out of the fuel tank while you fill it, they get kinked or otherwise restricted, that is the only thing that will cause this problem.