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Old 10-15-2019, 04:23 PM   #1
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Change cooling fluid on 2005 Itasca Sonova with Ford V10

There is no radiator cap that I can see and the heater is higher than the any other part, how does the AIR get out of the front heater core when it is the above filler tank. I would like if somebody would explain the whole procedure from draining to refilling and getting the air out of the system. I installed new lines to bedroom heater a thought it would be a good time to replace all the coolant.
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There is no radiator cap that I can see and the heater is higher than the any other part, how does the AIR get out of the front heater core when it is the above filler tank. I would like if somebody would explain the whole procedure from draining to refilling and getting the air out of the system. I installed new lines to bedroom heater a thought it would be a good time to replace all the coolant.
YouTube would be your best bet.
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The "radiator cap" is on the coolant recovery bottle. You can download your Ford chassis manual (need to know what chassis) from https://owner.ford.com/tools/account...r-manuals.html
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