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  • 2 weeks later...

You might have air trapped in the system. Try bleeding the system with the heat turned to high. Not sure if you have a bleeder screw but, if you do, run the car to normal temp, then open the bleeder screw carefully to release pressure. It's ok if some coolant comes out. Actually you want coolant to come outwith a consistent flow. If coolant comes out with bubbles, there's air in the system.

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