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My mazda mpv keeps overheating after i changed the water pump and thermostat.. how do i bleed my cooling system

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It could be the radiator is bad. There is a plug located on the bottom of the radiator. Unscrew the plug and let the fluid drain, you should be able to see if there is rust or gunk in the water/antifreeze. Then use a garden hose and put it in the hole used to fill the radiator and let the water run.

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