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Old 05-28-2018, 04:46 PM   #15
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Air in the coolant?

These cars have a steam pipe to self-bleed. I highly doubt you have air in your coolant.
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Old 05-28-2018, 04:53 PM   #16
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Air in the coolant?

These cars have a steam pipe to self-bleed. I highly doubt you have air in your coolant.
Really? even the 2010?

I honestly believe it's the screen on the inlet of the heater core clogged, but they say they've taken the hoses apart and see no screen... the car doesn't have 1.

They did a back flush and there was no obstructions either.


The dealer said it sounds like air, after driving for a while the hissing goes away because the air has been pushed out after driving for awhile, or dispersed... his idea is when the car cools down, air gets in somehow.
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