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The main thing is to get the front of the car elevated and go through the bleed/purge/burp process of the cooling replacment procedures. I think everyone's experience will be diffrent on this subject because it varies on where the air buble is trapped.
These Infiniti's cooling system are very complicated and are very low compared to other vhicales, so air can get trapped and conventional cooling purge/burp methods as seen in youtube videos MAY not help. I think its worth a shot to try it yourself but honestly I would have the system air vacumed and be done with it.
One trick i discoverd with my" flushing the radiator system then it overheating experience" is to do the general purge/burp routine with front elevated. Use one of those no spill yellow funnel's. After thats finished drive the vhicale on the highway to really get the system flowing and allow the thermostat to completly open up (drive the car kinda hard) then top off the cooling system. You should always do this with heater on hot and max/high on high power.
If that doesnt work the air is deep inside the system, it needs to be vacumed out!
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