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first off i would like to say sorrry i know this is prob asked a million times and im prob gona get flamed for making a new thread about it, but my buddys 240 has a nice little bolt that sits on top of the pipe where the fluid come out of the block, we just unscrew the bolt and get rid of all the air bubbles in the cooling system. but on my 2JZ-GTE there is no such thing. im having htis problem because i just installed a fluedine radiator and its acctualy running hotter and the temp is real eratic now. idle it goes up to 100c and driving its about 92c. anyways

how do i blead the damn system of airbubbles?

and i checked MKIV.com and searched
 

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I'd try parking it uphill and running the engine until the thermostat opens. Continue running it for a while. That should cause most of the air trapped int he system to go to the radiator.
 
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