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Is there a special bleed proceedure for these vans as i have lost fluid while hot and have NOT been able to get it back in engine runs under half on temp gauge but heater is luke warm at best has two heater cores and had perfect heat until i lost 2-3L of coolant.how do i get air out lube shop has flushed it and i had heat parked it.then next day nothing back to barely keeping windows clear.replaced thermostat and in cabin air filters.

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There are two bleeders , one on the right side , on the hose going from radiator to thermostat and other one on the left side right above water pump . Hope this helps

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Testimonial: "thanks but what if that doesnt fix the problem and i still think theres air in system...?i lost fluid while hot an system wont take it back.2-3Liters"

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