Question about 1985 Dodge Aries
If it isn't leaking, as in coolant leaking into car, on floor or elsewhere, then you may be able to fix it without replacing the core. You need to establish if there is flow through it, which I'm suspicious that there is little or none. Feel the hoses going into the core from under the hood, at the firewall, when engine warmed up, and heater on,& see if one is as hot as the other. If both same, core is likely O.K. and you should have heat, if one hot, other just warm or cool, you probably have blockage in there & needs flushing, or an inline valve, is sticking, or problem inside in duct work area.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
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