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2000 Dodge Neon Radiator Swap

I Have A 2000 Neon With A 2L And No Heat. After Investigation I Found That The Pass. Side Radiator Tank Had A Leak. Going To Replace But Before I Do I Want To Make Sure That This Is The Problem That Is Causing Me To Not Have Heat

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If rad/cooling system runs low on coolant, it will starve heater core of hot coolant that it needs to put out heat. Fill rad, with heater on, and cap off, to bleed out any air in system while you run it for a while with cap off, and see if that doesn't give you heat back.

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