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Re: How do u get air out of the cooling system?????
I have a Chevy truck and the plug connection into the fan was starting to melt the plastic to the wire had to take out the plug and get a new one and the diode witch controls the speed of the fan needed be replaced I think it cost 89 $ do you smell any burning plastic when you try to run the fan
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Many cooling systems are well designed and are self-purging. A few need to be carefully refilled and sometimes a hose or two needs disconnecting. Sometimes there are strategically placed cooling system bleed screws.
These days there are clever tools available to help avoid the fiddling about needed to bleed air from troublesome cooling systems. Basically it is a vacuum pump that evacuates the air from a cooling system before allowing atmospheric pressure to charge the system with coolant from a reservoir.
Most likely you have air trapped in your engine, particularly in the heater loop. You need to properly bleed the air out of your radiator cooling system. The hot and cold blasts of air coming from first hot water followed by air.
Read up on how to bleed air out of your radiator system. Some systems are very difficult to bleed.
If after doing a good bleed of the radiator system the problem returns, you may have a bad head gasket or other leak in your cooling system which is injecting air into the cooling system (radiator/water cooling system).
Sounds like either low coolant or air in the cooling system. Either you need to bleed air out of cooling system or repair possible leak in system. When there is air in cooling system and it goes into your heater core, heat is not transferred to the air blowing out of your vents.
Theres a strong possibility being you just changed the coolant a few weeks ago that theres air in the cooling system not allowing the coolant to cirrculate properly, look at your top radiator hose is theres a small bleed valve at the top of the thermostat housing when the upper hose attactes to? If so loosen the bleed valve and allow the cooling system to purge the air out of the system you can tell when the air is out of the system when a steady stream of coolant starts to flow out of the bleed valve, if theres no bleed valve take the top radiator hose off of the engine side and allow the cooling system to purge the air out through the top of the engine that way, but it definatly sounds like theres air in the system not allowing for the cooling system to cool properly...