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I hear water rushing through heater coil when cold and the fan is off. There are no leaks in antifreeze. I own a 2001 saturn sl-1. The water noise is pretty loud and happens in spurts.

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Make sure the car is hot and the expansion tank is 1/2 full, as you have an air lock in the system,the only way to clear it is to bleed the system by undoing the clip on the highest point,furthest away from the reservoir.when car is hot will help but be very careful,
water under pressure is hotter than boiling point.make sure you do up the clip so that you can top up in between bleeding.

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