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Old 17-08-2010, 14:11   #1
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Volvo 2002B Fresh Water Cooling

I can't get the full four quarts in the darned thing. Is there a trick to this? I seem to have an air lock or something. Should I fill from the thermostat opening? Are the cooling water jackets (pipes) blocked?
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Whew, dodged the bullit. The return hose fitting from the thermostat housing to the resevoir was blocked. This created an air lock that prevented adequate drainage and filling. I also opened the heat exchanger and drained that baby.

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