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How do I fix/replace thermostat on a 2004 Pacifica ?? Will it cause a weird knocking noise? Help!!!!!

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  • dathugspassi Sep 30, 2009

    OK will try. I replaced the thermostat and filled the antifreeze. Its still over heating. Any idea, also heat is coming out ice cold.

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Yes if there is air in the system try bleeding the system remove the rad cap(when cold)and run the vehicle making sure to keep the system full for 25 mins

Posted on Sep 29, 2009

  • Eliezer Miller Oct 01, 2009

    yup thats air in the system

  • Eliezer Miller Oct 01, 2009

    also put the heat on high

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