Originally Posted by turbokas14
that sounds like what might be happening cliffy. so how would i go about fixing that?
If a garage done the work on it, it's their job to fix it. If you done the work yourself, you're gonna need to bleed the cooling system. I'm not sure about this model in particular, but there's usually a bleed nipple at the at the back of the engine compartment, on either the head itself or in most cases, a coolant pipe. Crack this off and see if it spits loads of air our, befoe re-tightening it! Make sure the vehicle is running and that the engine is reasonably hot while doing this. If no air comes out to start with, sqeeze the nearest water hose to the nipple to help it along!
Some vehicles are self bleeding and wont feature this, but it's worth checking to make sure before you go any further!