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How do I bleed air out of 1995 Camry? My overflow tank is bubbling and losing fluid in radiator

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My car did the same thing after it sat for about 4 months...i just kept anti freeze in the overflow tank and let the car run...the motor eventualy pushed all the air in to the overflow tank

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