2000 by commodore water levels ? Help help

Asked by Mar 20, 2018 at 09:22 AM about the 1989 Holden Apollo

Question type: General

Hi guys I have a 2000 vt commodore automatic
I have had over heating problems
I replaced the thermostat and flushed the radiator 5 times
to remove any shit and Debre.
I’ve notice when I drive it say 1-2 km it will act as normal
temp gage is half way as normal and both fans are
My question is why is it when the car has cooled down
there is no water in the radiator
I have refilled the radiator many times and bled the
cooling system with the heater on full blast and revs at 2
grand for a minute or to with the bleeder screw open
It’s a continuous flow of water coming out of the bleeding
screw so that’s a good sigh RIGHT?

So why am I refilling it ever time it’s cold
No leaks or anything

I don’t let any one els driven it because of the water levels

Can any one help
Got me worried z

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To be refilling the rad , you have to have leaks,. You might be burning it. Do you have white smoke out the tailpipes?

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