The engine coolant air bleeder valve bleeds off trapped air in the top of the radiator.View Full Product Listing
What Sets Us Apart: Extra Hex Receiver
The Problem: Because air-coolant bleeders are located on top of Chrysler 2.7L engines, they are exposed to hot and cold conditions. That constant change in temperature can have a domino effect of problems:
Our Response: To make it easier for you to remove the bleed screw, our engineers added an extra hex receiver to the bleed screw base of our Engine Coolant Air Bleeder Valve. Now, you can hold the bleed valve in place with one wrench while turning the bleed screw with another. With less stress, there's less chance of cracking the housing. Even better, TechSmart pairs the housing with a new coolant temperature sensor and gaskets, so you’ll have everything you need for a complete drop-in replacement.