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95/E320 need to change out my RAD currently.
In the past or on my 635csi BMW there is a bleed screw.

Question is there one on 95/M104 so I can bleed the system.
 

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Drain the system or bleed the air once you have re-filled? There is only ONE anti-freeze to use on your car. Zerex G-05. It is exactly the same as OEM MB fluid.. Available at NAPA in 50/50 pre-mix or straight. DO NOT use any other coolant.

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Drain plug is bottom of radiator.

Remove bolt on the head, fill up with coolant until it begins to overflow out of plug, put it back on tight then continue to fill up. Leave cap off and let car get to operating temperature and that should take care of any remaining air bubbles.
 

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+1 on that already got the MB stuff to put in.

2nd reply. Are we talking abut the same car here.
I have 95/e320 m104 where or what bolt head ???? And what
Bleed screw.

The WP has a plug bolt is this where you bleed.
And the only place to put coolant would be the reserved filler.

Can anyone help here????
 

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Thanks but after getting under the car facing the hood on LH I saw the bolt head bleeder screw.

At this time all is good. Althought after doing a oil change I needed to put more oil in the car then normal. I dont now if the RAD uses this since I replaced it but at this time looking out for leeks and over heating.
 

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