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I have a p11 2001 primera 1.8 yhe coolant keeps bubbleing up into the expantion tank takeing it from min to max when driveing.ive tried changeing the thermostat and bleeding tn he system through the bleed screw on the thermostat housing.any sugestions???thenks

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Thats what its for...it aint called an expansion tank for nothing.it will go from min(cold)to max(hot)just make sure the tank cap is replaced if pressure type(got a spring in it)

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