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Old 11-28-2011, 04:17 PM
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air in upper radiator hose??????

I cant find any info on the net about this when I squeeze the upper radiator hose i feels like it's full of air and a little swollen coolant level is 1/4 below min mark truck never overheats I watch the temps like a hawk after a the blown head gaskets how do i fix this or should i even worry about it ?????
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That's normal so don't worry about, the coolant level in the radiator is at the same level as the degas tank. The top of the radiator will always have some air in it, that's why there is a vent hose going from the radiator to the degas tank which allows the coolant level to equalize.
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