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Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Air Bleed Housing Assembly
Common signs include coolant leaks, overheating, and a damaged bleeder valve.
How Long Does an Air Bleed Housing Assembly Last?
The air bleed housing assembly is located near the rear of your car’s engine. It is part of the cooling system, and consists of a small housing that has an attached bleeder...

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If you are getting oil in the air filter housing, this is from the vapor line coming from your crankcase ventilation. The oil can be from a PCV valve that is clogged and in need of replacement. The valve relieves...
Hey i have a 2002 Mercedes Benz E430. I replace the radiator and refill the coolant level. The problem is my car runs hot and it s
If you recently replaced the radiator, there's a possibility that it could have air in it, which will require the system to be bled. However, there may also be other issues that cause it to run hot. When you mention...
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Hi there. If this occurred right after the work was performed then it is possible that there is air still stuck in the cooling system, but from what you are explaining with the AC, it sounds more like a cooling...

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