So basically no change.
Why did you not answer my questions?
I notice you said the heater was off when you were bleeding the air out. The heater should be on hot, so the coolant circulates through the heater core so the air can be bled from it, but you can leave the blower fan off.
Another thing, did you test the radiator cap with a pressure tester or at least install a new cap?
Is there any engine oil heater or anything like that that may be stuck on?
Are you missing any cooling fan shroud?
Are they a lot of leaves or anything blocking the grille?
Are you sure the air conditioner compressor is not accidentally coming on when driving?
How does the engine run, does it run poorly?
Are you using the proper mix of coolant to water?
I would leave the AC off until this overheating stops. If it only overheats when the AC is switched on then perhaps a fan is cooling as much as it should.
But since you did say you have heat then it gets cool, I assume you have the heater on not the AC.
This is puzzling, that is for sure.
I see this other post is also by you, did you get that system bled like in those instructions?
Thursday, May 31st, 2018 AT 7:39 AM