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The radiator is full when it reaches the bottom of the radiator fill neck.

It can help shorten the bleeding process if you pour in the coolant very slowly. This allows it to displace the air more effectively. You can also squeeze the upper and lower radiator hoses to "burp" the system.

Once you've filled the system with coolant it must be bled. To do this, start the car with the radiator cap off as shown.

Then, turn on the climate control to the DEF (defrost) setting. This will open the flow of coolant to move it through the heater core.

Run the engine until it reaches about 60°C / 140°F. You'll see bubbles from the coolant neck. If it gets low, top it off.

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