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Clearing the Cooling System of Air. 'Burping' the Radiator. Jeep.

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Published on Aug 13, 2012

You can have coolant shipped directly to your house from Amazon:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003...

Let me know if that link doesn't work.

Anytime you change the radiator, change the thermostat, drain your coolant, change water pump, or do an engine swap, you need to clear the radiator of air bubbles. This technique is called burping the radiator.

This will also fix your heater. If your heater is not blowing hot air, it is usually because there is a bubble in the system. Clearing the bubble will help the heat get back inside your car.

If you have any questions be sure to ask in the comments.

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