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Old 18-02-19, 05:12 AM   #1
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Default 2.7 hdi Coolant bleed

Does the whole system need to be bled when draining the coolant and putting in new coolant ? Is it difficult to do or will the air pockets work its way out if i dont bleed it ?

Then for the power steering: can i use brake fluid or gearbox oil for the power steering fluid ? or do i need to get a specific fluid for the power steering ?

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