Question about 2000 Pontiac Montana
Yes,You need to bleed the air from the cooling system,use the bleed valves,one is near the thermostat,and the other is on a pipe sticking up toward the front of the engine,make sure there is enough coolant in the system,and start and run the engine when it gets warm,not hot,open the bleeder near the thermostat,and watch for coolant,and air to come out,leave it open about 10 to 25 seconds,then close it and wait about 3 minutes or so,and bleed the other bleeder.You may have to repeat the process more than twice,and keep the coolant reservoir full.If this was helpful,please rate,thank you
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