Ideal Head Gasket Repair has been servicing Chatsworth and the surrounding areas since 2011- $285 average cost. Mobile
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EVERY HEAD GASKET REPAIR COMES WITH A WARRANTY
COOLANT SYSTEM TIPS:
A properly functioning cooling system can still overheat if there is trapped air in the system. To “bleed” the air out of a coolant system follow these instructions.
Park the vehicle (on an incline if possible). Let the engine cool down. Now you are ready to remove the air in the cooling system.
Open the hood. Some newer cars have a bleeder valve on the front of the radiator, or on the thermostat housing. Check the owner’s manual for the location of this valve, and how to use the ‘bleeder valve” to remove the air from the coolant system.
After the engine cools down. Remove the radiator cap. If the level of the radiator fluid went down, that indicates the air has been bled out of the cooling system. Top off the radiator, turn on the car, let it run. Continue to add more fluid if needed.
If there is no bleeder valve on your coolant system. With the engine cool, remove the pressure cap off of the radiator or expansion tank. Top off with fluid. Run the engine until it comes to operating temperature. The air will rise out of the radiator, and the fluid level will go down. Use caution, the fluid in the system will be hot. If the fluid begins to flow out of the radiator or expansion tank, carefully replace the pressure cap, and let the engine cool dawn. Be careful because the fluid will be hot. Always wear personal protective gear like leather gloves and safety goggles. After the engine cools, top off the system. The air should be eliminated. Repeat process if necessary. Check fluid level periodically. To avoid the need for a head gasket repair, periodically exchange the antifreeze in the coolant system as recommended.