Remove air from engine coolant system on 2004 Chevrolet Venture

Air in cooling system. How to get it out of system?

by in Prattville, AL on January 15, 2011
1 answer
ANSWER by on January 15, 2011
You should have a bleeder screw located on the motor. Need to add coolant with bleeder screw open with the engine off. If you are getting a lot of air? You might have a coolant leak or blown head gasket? Also check the intake on the drivers side for leaks.
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