Question about 1998 Isuzu Rodeo
Try starting engine when cold and rad cap, and/or coolant return cap off, and turn heater on. Let engine run and add coolant as necessary to rad as /if level goes down, and allow engine to reach normal operating temperature, and wait for the rad fan to come on, 2 or 3 times. Give engine a slight rev for 5 seconds or so, every once in a while while doing this, just to increase flow and help expel air better. Keep an eye on coolant level while doing it, and add as necessary, then put cap(s) back on, fill bottle to proper level, and try that. If that doesn't work, I'd question if air hole in thermostat was positioned properly when new one was installed, if you have a V-6 engine.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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