[DML] Re: Cooling Sysytem Air Bleeder Valve
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[DML] Re: Cooling Sysytem Air Bleeder Valve



It's the front of the waterpump, brass fitting, you can't miss it.  
Also burp your upper radiator hose to ensure there is no air up in that 
area.

Bernie.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John Macias" <jdm5@xxxx> wrote:
> Hello all,
> Can anyone tell me if there are any pictures of what the air bleeder 
> valve looks like?
> I had a serious issue two weeks ago where my engine overheated and 
> spilled out lots of coolant. I repaired that problem, but now my 
> engine pegs out on the water temp gauge after a few minutes of 
> running. I assume my coolant ran so low that air may be in the
> system. 
> I read the article in the tech session by arnie brandon, and have 
> ordered the auto air bleeder kit which should arrive in a few days.
> In the meantime, how can I top off the radiator just in case it is 
> only low on coolant? Thanks.
> 
> john
> #7009







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