No heat would leave me to believe that there is air in the system. When I replaced my rad in mine with a misho aluminum one like yours I had to let it run for 30 mins almost and every once and awhile I'd hold the rpms at 2000. These systems can really be a b1tch to bleed
Thanks for the info: I'll give it another go around. I'm not sure what else I can do aside from fill from the overflow and squeeze the hoses. I stood with a funnel on top of the radiator yesterday watching it puke back and forth without ever looking like the level was going down. I massaged the hoses, ran the heater, jumped up and down and still nothing changed.
One more time I guess.
Any idea how I could eliminate the possibility of a bad water pump aside from removing it?
The one next to the turbo is the one you fill. Always fill from the highest point in the system which is this one. No need to even open the cap on the radiator. Fyi the plastic jug next to the radiator is the overflow not the reservoir next to the turbo.