Joseph Flores: Car guy I just have to say thanks for your info saved my ass and it was such an easy fix straight to the point and proper knowledge about the problems at hand 🤘🏼
TheIllest MVP: you sir are a legend thank you!
SuperBluecobra: Eric,Your the best mate. Thank you so much,
Zay Loudpack: also I wanted to mention when I over heat I turn heaters off and she goes back to normal for a while witch is ass backwards if u ask me
Zay Loudpack: hello I am having allot of trouble with my 99 integra I've replaced water pump thermostat radiator timing belt and head gasket car was riding well then one of my rad hoses busted now I fixed the hose but I'm getting bubbles from my rad people say to bleed the air out but there isn't a bleeder screw on a 99 teg
cubansonero: Hi Eric. I have a 1998 Volvo S70. I changed the water pump because it was leaking, so I replace it and replace the timing belt and thermostat as well. Now. I turn on the engine and after 5 or 10 minutes the coolant reservoir get full and overflow, and start leaking through the cap. What could possible causing this? Thanks in advance.
John Smith: I have a 1965 Chevey C-10 with the 292 straight six and 1 barrel carb. I'm having an issue after installing summit 4 core aluminum radiator and 5 blade high performance fan. I have gone thru 3 thermostats from atuo zone brand new out of the box, all have caused the engine to over heat. currently I'm running without one and the temp never gets over half way even sitting in idle. As soon as put one in 3/4 the way to max on the OEM gauge. What can I do? The engine has 35 psi oil pressure at idle and is converted to HEI. Want to be warm this winter!!!!!!!!
Nsar Qadr: EricTheCarGuy EricTheCarGuy, the 'air' is in the tyres...........
David Morrow: thank you Eric. I am replacing my 02 altima radiotor and your tips help me alot. So it is ok to fill it while the car is not on or running. then start it up and run and the rpms. Also best to run it on an enline to get the bubles out. thanks
Gale Gregory: lol not it haha
Danny Gregory: I can drive it two and a half miles and it just burst into overheating but I can let it idle with the air conditioner on 4 hours it's only under driving condition I did it like 3 times and it's always the same amount of time in the same amount of miles I am so puzzled thanks for the help you've been wonderful
Danny Gregory: is there a bleeder valve like the one or looks like the one in this video valve somewhere on that Northstar I took the hose off and filled the radiator with the hose off all way up. I just held the hose up and poured it full to make sure the radiator had all its fluid and then attach the hose to the water pump when the North Star is just inches away so I'm still looking for a bleeder valve for somehow it's running in the heat mode overheat mode
Gale Gregory: thy did a pressure check on it too so it was good did not move at all
Gale Gregory: my 99 cadillac deville 4.6 north star haha. over heating i put in a new water pump / radiator , thermostat & it still overheating what to do
Montrel Wilbourn: How about a 2000 Saturn Sl overheating. Need to bleed air out of cooling system prior to thermostat and waterpump replacement.
John Willis: yaa my yota had air in sytem and it was running real rough ,bad idle ,terrible mpg,,just went out and bled air out with that lisle spill free funnel ,, it runs like a new motor again ,,, the coolant temp sensor that send signal to ecu wasnt sending reliable signal bebause of trapped air in the system ,, stealership said i had a sunk valve BS quoted me $1700.00 !! ,,i try to work on my rigs as much as possible ,,guys like eric here are awesome
24Dinho: i installed a new radiator on my car, thurmastat open and my air conditioner blows cold and hot air. the only problem is that my fans dont turn on automatically. what can i do to fix this problem ?
TOTALLYRANDOMism: How is it that when doing this, the cooling system is still fine even though there isn't pressure as you're bleeding the system? The coolant wouldn't start boiling due to no pressure/lower boiling point? Obviously it looks like this whole process works without pressure on the system, but I wanted to make sure I understood why. Is it just that even after the thermostat is open that the temp of the coolant is still under the boiling point?
twentyways: Have a 72 Impala can't find the valve and when I did it the lisle filled all the way up no bubbles removed it and heard a vacuum sound when removing then poured into overfill Do i need to do again and where's the valve at
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