Re: Air bubbles in cooling system
You could try running the heat on high for a while and see if that helps free up some air. Park the Jeep on an incline so that the radiator is higher than the heater core and pop the radiator cap off. You may get some spillage...be careful, it's hot! Unscrew the bleed cap. Start your car's engine and let it idle until the engine warms up.
Once it gets to operating temperature, turn on your heater and fan to the max. Let the car idle for a few minutes and watch the level of coolant in the radiator. You'll see occasional bubbles...keep adding coolant slowly until you see a steady stream of coolant without bubbles and burps. Screw the bleeder cap back on and top off the radiator at this point, fill the reservoir to the proper level, and replace the radiator cap.
Hope that helps.
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