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Take radiator cap off before you start the vehicle when its cooled off of course then leave cap off watch temp gauge till it reaches normal running temp the fluid should have dropped down in the radiator add coolant itll full you may have to keep adding depending on how much air is in the system put cap back on and turn vehicle off that is how you bleed a cooling system.

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Hi.You have to open that bleeding screw until all the air is out of the cooling system

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