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No heat i just replaced the thermostat on a 1992 achieva and im not feeling any heat

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  • DaCoogiKing Dec 17, 2008

    thanks for the help

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If thermostat was re-installed correctly then I'd say, remove rad cap, start engine, turn heat on & let coolant circulate for a while with cap off to remove air-locks in system. Rev the engine up slightly, once in a while to increase the flow through the system. I usually let the rad fan come on 2 or 3 times before I put cap back on, just to be sure all air is out of the system. Let me know if that does it.

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  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler Dec 18, 2008

    Did that cure it, or haven't tried yet?

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