[DML] Coolant fill tips
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[DML] Coolant fill tips



After replacing the aluminum tube that the otterstat goes into, I 
thought it would be a good idea to flush all of the old coolant from 
the system. My question is; how do you know when you have completely 
filled the coolant system? Over the past week every night I have needed 
to add move coolant. I have a bleeder system installed, but I have an 
idea that there might be air up in the front of the car that just has 
to work its way out. 

I am always concerned about running too hot and now that I am running 
the AC I want to be certain I don't get stuck somewhere with an 
overheated D.

Any tips?

Thanks,

Rick
3290




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