Question about 2001 Oldsmobile Bravada
2007 had heater core replaced. No heat Feb 2008. Flushed 4 x and had heat but not as hot as should be. Nov 2008 no heat again. Had it flushed last week 4x again. Drove it Wednesday. Had a little heat. Drove it yesterday, had less heat. Driving it today--no heat.
I went to GM dealer the first and second time. Not pleased with results plus it cost a lot. Went to a different repair person, he said this is a classic problem with GM vehicles.
The Bravada only has 55,000 on it. Bought it new.
I just today heard about the Dex-Cool issue-too late to become involved in class action.
What can I do?
You may have an air bubble in your coolant system. If so, use a large coolant funnel designed to purge out air bubbles. The funnel attaches to your radiator with cap removed. Check it out on line. It costs about $25.
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
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