Ihave Ford Taurus X 2008 / I am asking how to release a trapped air from engine after repairing

Asked by Dec 23, 2015 at 10:42 AM about the 2008 Ford Taurus X SEL

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

after operating my car the temperature Gage rise from mid. to high / after
asking the repairing person they told me that there is some air inside the
engine and there is no nob to release it for that the temperature go high

6 Answers

75,515

Biting my tongue here, he didn't offer to do it? or tell you how to do it?

75,515

What did you do to cause air in the cooling system?

i change two pistons

75,515

To bleed you leave the radiator cap off during warm-up to operating temp. When the coolant level drops in the radiator you keep adding coolant until full. Coolant may spill out the radiator, that would be the air pushing threw. Also some systems are hard to bleed, so shops have a tool they use for bleeding cooling systems.

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is it true that other cars not ford like BMW have special place like nob used to bleed the air from engine while ford have not

75,515

Pontiac does, at the thermostat housing, could be others but I don't know...

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