Fliptop: Is this may cause also hearing a water in the dash
eatSLEEPshitHONDA: what if heater control doesnt work?
James Calloway: Any idea where the bleeder would be on a buick century ? You mentioned you had worked with GMs.
Lino Acuna: my 98 Honda civic coolant reservoir boils and steams up.it does not over heat at all.would trapped air in the coolant system be the problem any help anyone
Mark Mooneyhan: can you please make a video on how to bleed the newer cooling systems such as my car which it's a Ford Five hundred please?
SR. TORRES:5:08 to 5:12 I have the same reaction in my vehicule but the level decrease and raise very significant. from 3/4 level in radiator to full level radiator and it does just when I increase the rpm to 3500. Is that normal or the radiator is parcially pluged?
Just1Spark: I just put oil in the coolant system. Since oil is lighter than water, it pushed the air out. TADA!!!!!!!!!! :)
Just kidding. Dont do that.
F0XD1E: Tried doing this with a funnel, waiting for the fans to come on, never came, coolant started gushing out of the funnel all over the place. It was a blood bath. At least I had enough coolant to refill it.
JCN Tech (Wolfly): loving my new BMW but the cooling is a pain. thanks for the fix.
LEGOmy EGGOpunk: thank you your video helped me out my car is better your video was on point!!!👍
Marcelino Ortiz: thank you so much
Carlos Pleitez: I cant seem to find my g35's bleeder? If you could reply as soon as you can. Thanks
Trevor Wallace: mostly older cars have bleeder valves. newer cars just leave the cap off and the air will escape threw the coolant reservoir
travis settle: what about heat on the passenger side but blowing cold on the drivers side?
LeggoMyWebos: Did a flush & thermostat change, now it idles poorly, rpms go low & high when at a stop & gets going roughly. Air trapped?
Daniel Jones: what about a truck that does not have a radiator cap nor a way to shut off the fan??
S Pina: Do you let the system cool down before capping it off?
Bluelunes: Hey Eric, thanks for the guide - very useful. I just did the timing belt on my Subie. One thing I noticed after running it for the recommended 5 min at ~2500 RPM. There's a small puddle of coolant under the car, near the back of the engine - almost under the transmission that I can't find a source of. Nothing on the car is wet or even damp looking that I can see. I did kind of over-fill it when I was adding coolant, I wonder if there's some kind of bleeder valve there that just bleeds off excess when it's too full? Thoughts, ideas, suggestions?
Anthony Valadez: I need to flush and refill my coolant and bleed the system with new vw fluid. can you give me a step by step instruction. I have a mk6 jetta 1.8t .
MATRIX: In the past summer, I change the radiator in my Acura 2004 but the lack of antifreeze I use water now in winter should I back to 50/50 or 100 antifreeze and why ?
How To Bleed A Cooling System - EricTheCarGuy5
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