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Fill the rad and when nearly full squeeze the 2 main hoses a few times. Leave the rad cap off and start the engine and blip the throttle a few times then increase the revs slowly a few times do not over rev. Watch for bubbles of air escaping from the rad when this stops top up the rad to the required level replace the cap and make sure the expansion tank is at the full level. The system will expel any air left over time.
Posted on Nov 26, 2014
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