Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Orchard Park, NY
You want to fill coolant through the bleeder hole until it pours out, start the Jeep with the bleeder plug still off with the heat on high. When the air bubbles stop coming out the bleeder hole you then put the plug in. Just make sure the vehicle is at normal operating temp and that the t-stat has opened. You will know when it has opened because the hose that goes to the t-stat will get extremely hot to where you can barely touch it. This will ensure all the air pockets are out. You can keep the radiator cap on during this. Just make sure the over flow tank is full. You may need to add more coolant through the bleeder hole as air pockets come out.
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Last edited by 07JeepXK; 11-30-2013 at 09:28 PM.