Question about 1998 Mazda 626
Some vehicles have a bleed valve at the thermostat. If you can not find one I recommend having it vacuum filled, that is how our shop does it. If you can not afford to have that done and you can not find the bleed valve then this will help. Fill your radiator. Starting with the lower hose and squeeze the hose until you see no more bubbles coming out of radiator or radiator tank. A RADIATOR TANK IS NOT THE SAME AS AN OVERFLOW TANK. Do this slowly until no more bubbles come to the top. Do this with the top hoses, heater hoses, ect... Drive vehicle until at operating temp, then allow to fully cool and check coolant level in radiator and radiator tank. Repeat.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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