CLK 320 Coupe 2006 Coolant Bleeding

Discussion in 'Engine' started by Wonky60, Jul 17, 2017.

  1. Wonky60

    Wonky60 New Member

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    The Isle of Wight, like living back in time with a
    Car:
    CLK320 Coupe 2006
    Apologies posted this in the wrong place to start with :fail

    Hi all, just going to get my new water pump to fit from our local dealer here on the I O W, I just wondering if there are any coolant bleeding issues with these 3.2 V6 engines.

    I am used to Ford's and they were a nightmare, I know the usual thing header tank cap off, heater on full, and then it was wait for it to throw most of the water out of the header tank and refill, hopefully no air lock, and if you were lucky only had to do that twice!

    Hopefully this will be a lot easier, do they self bleed?

    Thanks for your comments.


    Ian
     
  2. pcthrillrider

    pcthrillrider Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    chelmsford essex
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    2012 c220cdi blue effiency se executive
    hi i fitted my new pump to my clk320 2005 pain job had no prob's bleeding
     

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