One way is to look on top of the coolant inlet cover where the thermostat goes, there is might be a little bleed screw in which you have to slightly open when the car is on and has reached operating temp. With the heater on full blast. The other is to take the coolant cap off before your start your car. Then you do the same thing as the other way and turn your heater on full blast and as the car reaches operating temp. Youll see the coolant bubbling and releasing air as this is happening. Youll notice that the coolant is getting slightly lower and that is when you add a little coolant at a time until you get to the correct level. Usually when it stops bubbling thats when all of the air has been purged. I have to caution you, if you don't really know what your doing you should have someone help you and wear the proper protection equipment so that u don't get scolded or splashed in your eye.
Thursday, January 31st, 2008 AT 1:55 PM