Bleeder valve for coolant?

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Asked by Jul 24, 2015 at 11:53 AM about the 2000 Chrysler Sebring JX Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hey my car is overheating and I checked
thermostat is seems to be good. Next I
flushed the system but now I need to burp it
and im trying to make sure weather there is
a bleeder valve or not on my car for this? Its
the v6 2.5 liter 2000 sebring convertible jx

3 Answers

How did you check thermostat - visual only? Do you lose coolant..have to add often? I found these, (click for full screen) You might try removing radiator cap cold, start car and have a bit of patience and watch inside radiator, when car is warmed up see if there is flow of coolant.

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No, I didn't take it out. i felt hoses and did what you are saying. thank you so much for the picture. I went and looked at it on mine and either there is just a random hole there for no reason or the bleeder valve is just missing off this car. (bought not long ago, haven't drove much)

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