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I put a new raditior on and a couple of days later is sounded like it was boiling and ever now and then when i drive a little bit faster is sounds like it is boiling what is that?

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Amanda J. Pierce, MBA Juanita, Sounds like you may have an air bubble in the system, that is heard coming from the heater core. You can hear the air bubbles travel when the engine is off, and remedy this by taking the cap of the radiator when cool and purge the system.

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