Question about 2001 Chevrolet Tracker
Ive recently replaced the thermostate (correctly) i had hoped that would fix my problem . im still not geting heat blowing , the blower is fine just cold, do i need to replace the heater core? or is there somthing else ive missed? its a 2000 tracker 2l
thank you ,
Have you checked to see if small vacuum line on firewall under the hood is a-ok ( no breaks or cuts) it's usually on passenger side and goes through the firewall to inside.
Also I think when the heater core goes out you have no defrost either so when it is cold and wet outside your windshield will fog up.Also did you check your fuses.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
Yes u do have to replace the heater core i had a chevy cavalier that did the sam thing and when i changed the heater core it worked. good luck
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
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