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Conversation Between Jack B and CajunDodge
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  1. CajunDodge
    12-13-2009 09:56 PM
    CajunDodge
    Thanks! I'll have to keep that in mind. I just did mine the way I knew how, lol!

    - Cajun
  2. Jack B
    12-13-2009 09:29 PM
    Jack B
    To remove the bleeder plug at the coolant intake and fill the engine first using a tranny funnel while pinching off the rad hose, then fill the rad before replacing the bleeder plug and the rad cap.

    Jack
  3. CajunDodge
    12-13-2009 09:25 PM
    CajunDodge
    Yeah, what's his idea? Just as an FYI case I ever have to do it again.

    - Cajun
  4. Jack B
    12-13-2009 09:20 PM
    Jack B
    Ichecked for leaks found none and refilled the coolant as you did but may still have air in the system so I'm gonna try what Remerson suggested for the re fill process.
  5. CajunDodge
    12-13-2009 09:15 PM
    CajunDodge
    I take it that by "air lock" you mean a bubble in the line? I know when I did the t-stat on my Jeep, once I got it back in and the housing back on, made sure all my hoses were connected and started refilling it with coolant. I filled it until it was full, worked the radiator hose until the fluid went down, filled again, and repeated this process until the fluid level didn't drop anymore. Then I left the radiator cap off, started the engine, let the fluid level drop and just kept adding coolant until it was topped off and there were no more air bubbles in the line. Are you leaking anywhere or just running hot?

    - Cajun
  6. Jack B
    12-13-2009 08:56 PM
    Jack B
    Thanks for the welcome note. Now for the question, changed the thermostat in my 02 ram 1500, would an air lock cause it to overheat after driving for 15 minutes?
  7. CajunDodge
    12-13-2009 07:51 PM
    CajunDodge
    Welcome to RamForumZ! Feel free to PM me or leave a message on my profile page if you need any help!

    - Cajun

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