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Maybe an air bubble? If you have access to an air lift (that may be a name brand) that could help you if air is the problem. It pulls a vacuum on the cooling system and then you use the vacuum to pull coolant back into it. It eliminates air bubbles on cars that are difficult to get coolant into. If not try parking the EX with the nose up hill to help work the air away from the rear core. Get it as steep as you can, jack it up in the front if you have to. Is this the first winter that you have owned it? If it is double check all of the coolant hoses up front to make sure something silly hasn't been bypassed. Hope you find it.
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