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    air in coolant

    Hi, i had a new radiator fitted recently, becasue the old one was leaking. basicly the temp of the car v.v.v. rarely moves off cold and the heat isn't as intensly hot.

    it mite just be because of the cold weather, but i read on here it might be that there's air in the coolant system.

    How do i remove this?? :?: :?:
    PLS HELP its drivin me :shock:
    thanx guys. :?

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    Sounds more like the thermostat (spelling) is stuck open and needs replacing as I would have thought if you had air in the system the car would over heat
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