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How do u perge the air out of the coolant system?

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Just top off the radiator fluid and run the vehicle. Some machines that remove and replace fluid can work better than just draining and filling, but running the vehicle with sufficient fluid level is the best way to get rid of air in the coolant system.

Posted on Oct 08, 2010

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