Tip & How-To about Chrysler Town & Country
If your heater core is clogging up, simply reverse the hoses to it, turn on the motor (hot) then the heater and let it blow itself out. After that drain entire cooling system (since that clogg indicates dirt or sealer excess) and refill to specs. A reverserse flushing with a kit would be great at this time.
Mind you, anti-freeze also prevents electrolosys between different metal types, especially the head gasket. And as antifreeze ages in the car, it becomes more acidic eventually corroding the radiator and related parts -- brass or plastic. Get some PH hest strips to check.
And, by the way, that plastic in your cooling system can be firmly glued with ABS cement from your local plumbing storer.
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