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Airlock in td5 coolant system


Paul Whibley
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Sometimes taking the bleed screw out and starting the engine works, put the bleed screw back in once coolant comes out with the engine still running.

Or personally i top the bottle up, remove the bleed screw, clean the bottle neck (coolant doesnt taste too nice) and put my mouth tight against it and blow, putting a finger over the expansion tube, to act like a pressure bleeder, put the bleed screw in whilst doing this once coolant is running out. Take it for a spin and get i hot, check top and bottom rad hoses are hot and top up as required. Always works, never had a problem bleeding a td5 up.

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