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When you bleed the system take the top off of the headder tank after you've done the bleed screw.
I find on the 182 that after a coolant change and bleed it still takes a run or two to get the system just right. It will bleed up fully and the tank will be full but when you remove the headder tank cap it pushes out a load of air and sucks more coolant into the system.
thanks for that little extra bit of info. I will keep that in mind for when I get time to bleed the system. All these little things count
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2006 Ford Mondeo ST TDCI