How to Remove Air From a Cooling System?

Answer Most vehicle engines are water-cooled, meaning that a water-based coolant is circulated through the engine passages by the water pump. The coolant passes through the radiator, and than back through... Read More »

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How to Remove Air From the Cooling System of a 2000 Chevy Venture?

Prior to the release of the Venture, Chevrolet tested the minivan market with the Lumina APV, which is not to be confused with the Lumina sedan. The Lumina APV, however, was a shade on the extreme ... Read More »

How to Do a Cooling System Flush to Remove Oil?

Flushing your cooling system once every two years helps with buildup of sludge and rust. However, if you notice oil in the radiator then you need to flush it right away. Fortunately, flushing the c... Read More »

How to Purge Air from an Auto's Cooling System?

If you have air bubbles in your auto's cooling system, you will notice a decrease in performance in both the temperature controls inside the cabin of the car and in the cooling of the engine, which... Read More »

How to Bleed Air From a Powerstroke Cooling System?

The Ford Powerstroke cooling system capacity is 27.5 qts., plus an additional 0.5 qt. if the system has a coolant filter. Properly filled, it should contain four gallons of Dexcool or Ford Gold ant... Read More »