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Old 05-11-2014, 02:31 PM
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95 7.3 powerstroke coolant porblem

so i went and put a new water pump in and went in easy but i didn't have any heat so i replaced the thermostat but now it seems that the coolant isnt flowing the truck dosnt seem to over to over heat or anything just when i shut it off and let it cool down the top radiator hose collapse and compresses seems that it creates a vacuum and when i leave the cap off it seems to pump the antifreeze out someone please help
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Old 07-13-2014, 10:27 AM
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What style waterpump did you put on?

Here's some info: http://www.dieselsite.com/dieselsite203thermostat.aspx
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You're probably not still having the issue, but if you have this problem, try burping the water pump. Loosen the heater hose going off the top nipple until you can almost pull it off, then let it vent air until the coolant hits it. You can get a pocket of coolant in the top of the pump/the bend of the heater hose and not get any flow of coolant to the heater.
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