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Temp changes on cornering

I think this points to an air lock in or near the heater matrix. I have followed the JPEG instructions in the relevant " how to" thread to the letter ( and amazed at how quiet the fans are when they kick in ). I have seen some posts where "rev to 3k for 5 mins" etc etc are quoted. The vents emit hot air after 10 miles or so, but still go cold on turning/ cornering. Can anyone offer any Civic specific tips please ( this is a diesel). Thanks James.
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There is a coolant bleed value on the 2.2 as far as im aware so worth cracking it open to see if any air comes out.
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Thanks. That is a step in the instructions mentioned above and bled bubble free anti freeze.
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