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Bleeders on 1994 Suzuki Carry

Discussion in 'Suzuki Carry' started by sethro1982, Sep 22, 2015.

  1. sethro1982

    sethro1982 New Member

    Where are the bleeders located at on the cooling system to bleed air out of the coolant? I found the one on top of thermostat, I heard there are two more near manifold..,
  2. TRAX and HORNS

    TRAX and HORNS Well-Known Member

    I don't know but the one on top on thermostat.
    If you elevate front wheels about 6" you don't have to mess with the bleed screw. Radiator will be the highest point and when truck gets up to operating temp. Thermostat will open and air will find its way out top of radiator (cap)and be gone. Let it run for a good 30 min. Put cap on run it like you stole it and keep eye on temp. gauage.
    I've had a few Suz where it took a little bit of messing with to get air out.
    If your hoses are old sometimes the lower hose will collapse with rpm. Make sure it stays stiff with rpm.
  3. sethro1982

    sethro1982 New Member

    Thanks I took old thermostat out last night to check and it was stiff and hard to move. I'd say it was stuck in open position but not all the way open. I've received the new thermostat and will be putting it in tonight. I'll try to just leave cap open while truck is up 6" in front. Let you know how it goes soon
  4. warren farmer

    warren farmer New Member

    Did this work?
  5. Maximal

    Maximal Member

    95% of the time jacking up the front a bit works fine, air will always want to get to the highest point of the coolant system and making the rad up high is easiest. i never bother with bleed screws especially on old vehicles where youre asking for them to break and strip

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