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 How to 'Burp' a Toyota Coolant System?

Answer "Burping" the cooling system in your Toyota refers to bleeding the cooling system and is necessary if air has entered the system. Air in the cooling system causes hot spots and subsequently overhea... Read More »
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How do I Bleed the Air Out of the Coolant System on a 2000 Toyota Celica GT?

When a vehicle gets air pockets in the cooling system, it can cause the engine to overheat. Air in the cooling system can also cause the water pump and the thermostat to malfunction. Removing the ... Read More »
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How to Burp the Cooling System?

A vehicle's engine cooling system typically includes a water pump, radiator hoses, thermostat, heater hoses, radiator and radiator cooling fans. All of these parts work in collaboration with one an... Read More »
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How to Burp Your Car's Cooling System?

"Burping" the cooling system allows trapped pockets of air to escape: Air pockets can cause overheating because there will not be enough coolant in the cooling system, even if the radiator and cool... Read More »
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How to Burp the Air Out of an Engine Cooling System?

When you drain the coolant system, it introduces air into the radiator and the lines. Filling the system with antifreeze does not purge all of the air, leaving residual bubbles that can wreak havoc... Read More »
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