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Hi guys 

I'm after some advice on what I can do with the feed/return on the back of the plenum, can I block it off completely or should I put a tap on it to bleed the coolant or is there somewhere for me to loop it to.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated 




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If i was me, and i am, i'd search for images/hose diagrams on what that nipples leads to. Which is the turbo btw. If you don't have a turbo you could Block it like it was a New Kid.

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turbo water feed

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1 hour ago, hardsteppa said:

Block it like it was a New Kid.

More info is really good like what motor and if you have a turbo and if so is it water cooled CHRA. The rear nipple in your first pic is the coolant FEED to the turbo, and RETURNS to the top radiator hose fitting. No water cooled turbo, block both ends. Done, no air bubbles as these are below the coolant bleed screw on the intake manifold anyway.

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