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Heat No heat in my 2002 Bravada. Is this a big problem? Expensive?

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You need to have your coolant system flushed and refilled with non GM orange coolant. Check with a large repair center on a service bulletin or petetion for re emburstment of the funds. GM knows of the problem but wants to pass the cost on to the consumer since it is a replaceable fluid and is part of scheduled maintnace. They just cant admit that the fluid they use is like METAMUCIL when it does not have enough water. It clogs everything in its path like cholestoral in a artery.

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