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    Astravan 1.7 TD '99 Self bleed??

    Hi guys, was just wondering if this model self bleeds or whether i need to prime it up first? Cheers!

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    MK4 X17DTL cooling system is self-bleeding during warm up same as my MK3 X17DTL.

    If you meant fuel system, just fill new fuel filter with diesel, do it up and any air would be bled out with minimal cranking. Mine never misses a beat after installing new fuel filter.

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    Big big help mate thank you!

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    thanks for this it also helped me asking the same question
    Current: Veccy-C 03 1.8i
    Previous Astra G's: W SXi 1.6i
    , 51 SXi 1.6i, 02 SRi 1.8i

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