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Bubbles in degassing tank

The Ford dealer said that Ford Motor Company said that bubbles in the degassing bottle is normal. 2016 3.2 Diesel, the Ford dealer said that Ford Motor Companysaid that this is normal.
Under warranty Ford replaced the EGR cooler to correct a coolant issue and the engine because of a gaulded cylinder. If the pressure is released from the cooling system and then ran to operating temperature then sit not running for two
days there will still have pressure in the cooling system.
I do not believe that this is normal, will a Ford 3.2 diesel expert please explain to me how it is normal.
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The transit I used to take care of popped the. EGR cooler again ( it has 230,00 miles) and after they put the new - updated - one on, they found it is again leaking. They way they know is that when they loosened the clamp on the ERG cooler and coolant ran out.

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The new engine has over 20,000 miles on it now and it has been bubbling the whole time, have you ever heard that this bubbling is normal on this engine?
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