Question about Chevrolet Tahoe
Posted by Anonymous on
This is pretty common with a leaking head gasket. The heater core collects the bubbles as the coolant passes through it until finally it's full. When you take off the motor turns faster and the water pump makes enough pressure to flush the bubbles on through the heater core to the radiator tank where they end up going into the coolant recovery tank. Watch the coolant tank as you pull the throttle open sharply, see if you see bubbles in it.
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