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Just got a 1996 chrysler Lhs as a gift but coolant was old and flushed it and put new coolant in and started to over heat thinking is my thermostat? but not sure please help.

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Dear sir
Don't worry it is only problem of air in coolant hose system. to remove the air there is one screw on radiator or on radiator hose, lose that screw star the car fill up coolant to full in coolant tank let some coolant flow out form that screw after 2 min fix that screw ant make sure coolant level is within allowed max level. start car again problem is solved.
thanks.

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