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Hi everyone, mine tribute reached 100,000 mile so I decided to drainpipe the old coolant and fill through brand new 50/50 anti coolant. So every little thing went smooth it rotates the end. I started the car, that overheated a little and ns turned it off, Applied much more coolant to the full cold range (it was there before but go down) and tried again. The vehicle didn"t overheat but the max warm air is really cold. Ns feel i messed increase my van pretty bad. Ns did everything on the hand-operated list except the darn open bleed valve and close bleed valve. Ns dont understand what the heck the also means. I discovered the engine coolant bleed valve yet I have actually no idea how to open up it or close it. PLease aid im freaking out. Idk the that"s the difficulty cause, yet its the just thing I gained lost with. ... Sp=sharingSorry I have actually no idea exactly how to write-up pics, yet there is the connect of the current problem of my car and also the yellow circle in the engine coolant bleed valve i dont know exactly how to open up or near it
Ok so i went ahead and also turned the tribute on through the height off,and managed to number out exactly how the bleed valve works. After that took the vehicle for a drive and also the heater worked. Many thanks for the help. The problem was definately air bubbles or pockets stuck inside the pipes or something. Releasing fixed it although i didn"t see any kind of bubbles. The anticoolant simply went native mid selection on the reservoir to full , ns turned the off prior to it reached the top. Hope it"s all great now
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