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yeah you need to bleed the system. when the car is cold, take off the radiator cap and start the car. warm it up to operating temp by revving to 3k rpms. turn the heater on full blast and keep the coolant level to the top. watch as bubbles start coming out. once it looks like theyre gone, put the cap back on.