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As the engine starts to warm, squeeze the large hoses running to the radiator to help displace any air - all the time keeping an eye on the level in the header tank, making sure it doesn't drop below the minimum and open any bleed screws built into the top cooling hoses - closing them off as soon as they start to gush water
hi Matt,thank you for your information.The garage that worked on my car didnot know that the the thermostat needed to be removed and just flushed the engine,without removing any hoses.Could this have caursed the engine to overheat.
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