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Versión actual por: Petrohawk ,

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There is a 10mm bleed zirc like fitting on the thermostat housing tube. When the engine is stone cold, remove the radiator cap, open the bleed screw, top off the radiator with coolant until no bubbles come out of the bleed screw. Close the screw and replace the cap. See if this works.
 
There are also two speeds to your fan. High and low. Be sure the high speed is working properly. Get a mechanic to test it, or google the procedure. Good luck
 
Mine would sound like a coffe pot all the time. mine was a burned out fan that would stall once in awhile. Full replace fixed it. But, went through all the other methods I could find as well.
 
=== Update (05/05/2016) ===
 
There is a 10mm bleed zirc like fitting on the thermostat housing tube. When the engine is stone cold, remove the radiator cap, open the bleed screw, top off the radiator with coolant until no bubbles come out of the bleed screw. Close the screw and replace the cap. See if this works.
 
There are also two speeds to your fan. High and low. Be sure the high speed is working properly. Get a mechanic to test it, or google the procedure. Good luck
 
Mine would sound like a coffe pot all the time. mine was a burned out fan that would stall once in awhile. Full replace fixed it. But, went through all the other methods I could find as well.

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Aporte original por: Petrohawk ,

Texto:

There is a 10mm bleed zirc like fitting on the thermostat housing tube. When the engine is stone cold, remove the radiator cap, open the bleed screw, top off the radiator with coolant until no bubbles come out of the bleed screw. Close the screw and replace the cap. See if this works.

There are also two speeds to your fan. High and low. Be sure the high speed is working properly. Get a mechanic to test it, or google the procedure. Good luck

Mine would sound like a coffe pot all the time. mine was a burned out fan that would stall once in awhile. Full replace fixed it. But, went through all  the other methods I could find as well.

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