Question about 2002 Jaguar S-Type
What I do is park the car uphill. Let it cool, open the cap, start it, and let it warm up until coolant flows in the radiator. Add coolant and let the air burp out until there is good flow with no bubbles coming up.
Posted on Dec 17, 2017
Usually they leak from the oring at the back of the water pump but the water runs in the middle of the V of the block and goes at the back. If you've got the manifolf off you should be able to locate the middle pipe and see if it's corroded or leaking. Could be as well the frost plugs at the back of the heads??
I think you should be not too far away from seeing the leak if you've already got your manifold out. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
yes you got it in one,, its an air lock stoping the water going round the heater, you need to blead the air out rad seal wont block up the heater,,,,iv used it many times,,,my old truck ran with it in for years!
look for a bleed scew on a water pipe and open it with the motor running let water ran out till no air is in it, top up header tank as well
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
SOURCE: 2002 jeep liberty sport engine
That sounds like your thermostat that is suppose to switch (it is a build in switch in the thermostat, on old cars and in new cars it communicate with your module i.a.w it is like a computer that controle everything) the fan of when it reached the preferred temperature, you can replace the thermostat or you can put in a manual switch (not recomended) because if you forget to switch it on your motor will overheat and seize
Posted on Dec 11, 2010
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