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|Duramax First Generation: 2001-2004 (LB7) Discuss the first generation (2001-2004 LB7) of the 6.6L Duramax diesel engine & associated components. Engine related discussion ONLY.|
|01-03-2011, 01:30 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: central massachusetts
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didnt bleed air out of coolant
i put in my new block heater last week.
i filled the coolant overflow bottle.
i dont know
i forgot to remove the 12mm bolt on the thermostat housing while filling it
i was thinking that i needed to crack it loose while running like the old 6.5l
a little air came out, that was it.
i ran it
after 15mins the thermostat opened. the low coolant message came on - i guess, when the thermostat opened it sucked in a bunch of water.
drove 1/2mile home
i parked the truck overnight
the next day i remembered the correct procedure.
i opened the screw and poured the fluid in
it took almost 1/2 gallon.
ive driven the truck a couple times for about 20mis.
any reason i might have damaged it?
135k, '02 Sierra 2500, LB7 duramax, allison, standard cab, longbed, 4x4, Air Dog II 100gph, Isspro EV2 gauges - boost, egt, fuel rail pressure and fuel pressure. Isspro turbo temp monitor. PPE boost increase valve. 130k, injectors replaced at 92k. All Amsoil fluids. Kenwood 9960 double DIN in dash nav '03 dash bezel conversion-sweet!
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