Question about 1995 Plymouth Voyager
1995 Plymouth Voyager-replaced thermostat - had system flushed - better but not great heat while driving or engine rpm at 1500 or better - very little heat at idle - when engine at normal operating temp, i can remove radiator cap with no back pressure and coolant is hot to touch - but can't see any coolant circulation in radiator - heater worked just fine last winter - do you have any suggestions on where my problem might be? any answers appreciated Thank You Bill Prichard
I had the same thing for two winters couldn't get good heat then the HEATER CONTROL VALVE,
up near the master cylinder, cracked and started leaking. I replaced it this summer and now the heater is working like new.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
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