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Heater was working then quit

I had the radiator flushed and new cap. still was cold for a day/. then next day drove it on highway 10 miles and worked.

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  • nervewrecker Jan 10, 2009

    1992 dodge grandvoyger. heater will not blw heat.

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Check fluid level again. Sounds like air pocket.

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