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just keep bleeding the air out. unless you have a blown head gasket or cracked head, there is no way for the air to get in there accept for the work you have done. you can get a fitting that will screw in to the bleed port and hook a hose on it, stick the end of the hose in a jug half full of coolant and start the car let it idle you will see the bubbles coming out let it run with out the radiator cap on when it starts filling the jug with coolantwhen you dont see any bubbles put the cap on and kill the car. Replace the bleed plug and fill the radiator back full , make sure the over flow tank is full of coolant start the car let it run it will get rid of any other air and push it in the overflow tank and when it cools off it will suck the coolant back to the radiator.

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The bleeding nipple would be near the water pump rad hose inlet and beneath the thermostat valve cover.
Bleeding is easy, just fill up the radiator and the reservoir w/ coolant run the engine for 5 min and open the bleeding nipples! or Just fill up the radiator before u start the engine, early morning, run the engine for 5 min. untill the thermostat valve opens, open the radiator cap( use a wet rag ), carefull not to open it instantly! Fill up the radiator while the engine runs, add coolant while u slightly reving up the engine.
Do these and open the heater to maximum, air might be inside the core too!
Hope that helps u out!

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The answer to your question is yes.

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1. Fill the coolant in the coolant expansion tank
2. Ensure that no coolant leaks from the radiator and pump
3. Identify the coolant bleed screw, this screw is just beside the thermostat
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