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I flushed out my radiator by opening the outlet tap..revving..idle

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i flushed out my radiator by opening the outlet tap at the bottom. Have tried to refil it and run the motor but the motor is revving very high at 2000RPM. How can I bring it to idle normally and fill my radiator with water. Cheers
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  Trouble shooter 1 replied 7 years ago.
was it running high before
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
no was not running high before
Expert:  Trouble shooter 1 replied 7 years ago.
did you bleed the cooling system
Customer: replied 7 years ago.

I'd say that would be the problem. How do you exacly do that? Cheers

Expert:  Trouble shooter 1 replied 7 years ago.
take the cap off the radiator press accelerato raising the rpm maybe max 2000 add coolant and repeat correction cap off reservoir
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
That didnt help!
Expert:  Trouble shooter 1 replied 7 years ago.
check your thermostat housing or radiator small screw you can turn and it will allow the air to purge from the system
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
could not find any screw at all near thermo or radiator
Expert:  Trouble shooter 1 replied 7 years ago.
is ther a coolant pipe on the enigne could be located there
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
There is just a coolant hose from coolant overflow tank that goes to the radiator. No screw
Expert:  Trouble shooter 1 replied 7 years ago.
take the reservoir cap off raise the rpm to maybe 3000 hold 5-6 seconds