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What makes your coolant light come on when you step on the gas?
Asked in Chevy Silverado
Why does your brake light come on when you step on the brakes in your 98 silverado?
What is produced in green plant cells during light independent reactions?
Asked in Ford Focus
Why do the Tail lights and stop light come on when you shift out of park?
Asked in Ford Crown Victoria, DIY Projects
How do you take out a radiator step by step?
How do you change the heater coolant in a 96 Ford Ranger?
Asked in Saab, Water Pumps, Dodge Durango, Nissan Pathfinder
How do you replace the water pump on a 2000 Saab 93 2.0L?
STEP 1 Clean the sealing surfaces and fit the coolant pump to the pump housing. STEP 2 Lubricate the O-rings with an acid-free Vaseline and fit the sleeve together with the pump. STEP 3 Refit the boost pressure control valve (turbo cars). STEP 4 Refit the coolant hose to the throttle body and refit the screws on the thermostat housing. STEP 5 Refit the screw which holds the coolant pipe to the front left-hand corner of the engine. STEP 6 Reconnect the coolant hoses and pipes to the coolant pump. STEP 7 Refit the steering servo pump with its bracket and put the belt back. STEP 8 Relieve the belt tensioner of strain, using a ratchet handle extension, and remove the drill bit/or the like STEP 9 Refit the pressure pipe between the intercooler and the throttle body and refit the bypass hose (turbo cars). STEP 10 Refit the intake hose (turbo cars) and refit the air cleaner. STEP 11 Make sure that the drain plug is in tight. Fill with coolant and check the system for leaks.
Asked in Antifreeze and Engine Coolant
What does a bleeder valve look like for releasing air bubbles on 97 cavalier?
There is NO bleeder valve for releasing air bubbles from the Radiator Coolant System. You have to do what is called Burp the cooling system. Step 1: Add a mixture of one-half water and one-half antifreeze to the radiator. Fill it right up to the top. Step 2: Fill the overflow/coolant reservoir with the same 50/50 mixture. Step 3: Leave the radiator cap off, turn the engine on and let it run until the radiator "burps": You will see the coolant level drop and may see or hear a large air bubble come to the top as the system burps. Step 4: Keep an eye on the temperature gauge throughout this process. Step 5: Refill the radiator to the top and coolant reservoir as needed. Step 6: Put the radiator cap back on. Step 7: Note that if the engine runs hot after this procedure there may have been another pocket of air that "burped." Let the engine cool down and then add more coolant to both the radiator and the coolant reservoir. Or Perhaps This is in the wrong section and you are asking about the bleeder screw for the brakes in that case click on the link to see a picture. Hope This Helps.