First i would like to say thanks to all the folks at this site, i have been reading and using the advise that has been posted by others to help me out.
The car is overheating and i have found several different ways to bleed the system and i have used everyone of them trying to make sure that i got all the air out.
The car will warm up and overheat all the time (to the red line). I have started the car and constanly opened the bleed screw to get the air out, when it gets above the 3rd line the bleed screw only lets out steam. I really dont want to say that it is a head or the gasket because of $$, but this is what i am thinking and i am not sure that i am getting all the air out or doing something wrong. On oldler cars you can leave the rad cap off and if you get bubbles you know that it is the head or gasket but with this it will warm up push the coolant out of the fill cap or the rad bleed screw no bubbles but the bleed screw at the thermostat will turn to steam and when you shut the car off it will take 1 1/2 gallon to fill back up.
History of the car.
I bought this car and the timing belt was broke and knocked holes in the piston runind the head. I bought a used engine off of craigslist and put it in. It has a new water pump, thermostat and fan clutch. the electric fan is not working the outside temp today is only 80 degrees F so i didnt think that with the car setting in the drive way under no load that it should have any effect of the overheating problem.
Ok, i will shut up and let you all ask what i have forgotten to say. Thanks agian to all the people on this site, very helpfull to have information readily available!