Gary Hall used to offer a fiberglas or blow-molded plastic overhead console for switches, etc. Call Tara- they might still have some. The wiring was all concealed in one of the stock a-pillar covers as I did with our hard-wired radar detector above the stock mirror.
Actually, if you were going to have the swirl tank under suction (as well as the radiator), as recommended by Carroll Smith - I would think they would still auto-bleed.

As you probably know, the bottom of the expansion tank is "sucked" by the water pump, and the swirl, radiator and head bleeds (if you have them) go to the top of the expansion tank. George has a good diagram on his cooling system sticky.

If the expansion tank top was lower than the radiator, though - I would guess you would figure it our pretty quick!


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I have a question. If i connect the radiator air bleed with a small hose to the suction tube to waterpump i get the air build up out of radiator!

Yes some water is going only trough half of radiator but if i use a very small hose it is a minimal amount.

And the air is going trough engine before overflow tank, But it has to be very little air or there are some other problem with cooling system so it should not be a concern.

The right way is to direct it to overflow tank! But i have little to no room in front of engine, and therefore i think this should work pretty good! Or??

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