Date: Sat, 1 Nov 2003 20:21:34 +0000 (UTC) From: "The Brown & Ollis-Brown Family" <ollisbrownnopsamam.btinternet.com> Subject: Re: Changing the coolant header tank. Help!!!!
The 9000 doesn't have a bleed valve does it? "Grunff" <grunffnopsam.com> wrote in message news:1067716467.95344.0nopsam.uk.clara.net... > MeatballTurbo wrote: > > > I'll grab one from Halfords if they have one, because they are only > > about £12 anyway, and use the spare for pressure, and I have a footpump > > so I can get the spare back if it starts to go too soft. > > Gunson's EZBleed are the biggest pile of sh1te you'll ever buy. > But don't take my word for it - try it for yourself. > > I had one before I made my grunff-o-matic bleeder. Every time I > used it (yes, it takes me a few times to learn) I ended up with > copious amounts of dot4 all over the engine bay. > > > > Cost me £30 for the Servo, so I hope it has done the job. > > Good price. > > > > Managed to get the brakes back together OK below the dash. > > It's not that tight under there, is it? Just a bit dark. > > > > Whats the best way to bleed the coolant? > > Coolant is easy. Fill it up, run the engine with the cap off the > header tank. Open up the bleeder on the thermostat housing and > wait until no more bubbles come out (clear coolant flowing out). > Close the bleeder. Top up if necessary. Done. > > Make sure the heater valve (on the dash) is set to max heat when > doing it. > > -- > Grunff >