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I have a 97' Volvo V90 that needs the radiator replaced. I have purchased a new radiator and it doesn't look to difficult to change out but when I picked up the radiator they said something about making sure to burp it and make sure there is no air in the radiator. If anybody has any advice on this I would greatly appreciate it. I am on a tight budget or I would have taken it to a mechanic.