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Gurgling sound in heater and heater air seems too hot. Fluid level good in reservour. Temp gage reading normal.

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Needs bleeding from the sound of it ? if not the air noise means only one thing iam afraid ? HEAD GASKET .

Posted on Dec 10, 2012

  • Bill Parsons Dec 10, 2012

    Where do you bleed it? (No sign of fluid in engine oil or white exhaust)

  • Colin Stickland
    Colin Stickland Dec 12, 2012

    pull the top heater hose off a bit ,Now depending on the type of gasket failure and yes their is a difference so what you read on so called know it all web sites and bar room mechanics ,it all depends on how the gasket is failing ,you can have a oil leak down the side of the block to what you describe here as a air sound in the system ,Also the plastic impeller onn the water pump can come loose on the metal drive shaft causing similar problems so please ask a local mechanic to have a look and kick the wheel curse at it and hopefully give you a better idea as to whats wrong than i can from afar

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SOURCE: can hear gurgling water in heater core when I rev

you have an air lock in cooling system try bleeding it if it still does it could be exhaust gases in cooling system caused by a leaking head gasket have it checked at garage who have a chemical tester or sniff tester

Posted on Jan 21, 2010

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SOURCE: Heater blows cold air

If the "Heater In Hose" gets hot, and the "Heater Out Hose" does not get hot, than either the Control Valve is sticking closed, or your heater core is plugged up with ****!

Have you used "Barrs Leak" or a simular product for a radiator leak? That will sometimes clog the heater core.

I have a 1993 Grand Cherokee, which "Normally" throws very hot air out of the heater, but lately sometimes it only throws warm air, till I make my first stop, than it gets hot.....all because the heat control valve is hanging up.

Low water in the radiator will also cause a heater to not work.....if the water level is too low to circulate to the heater.

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Posted on Feb 18, 2009

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SOURCE: my heater stoped blowing hot air.antifreeze level

If the blower is blowing air just fine, but you cannot control the temperature, you need to listen to air coming from the vents while turning the temperature from hot to cold. If you do n ot hear any change in airflow, then you may a temperature door in the dash broken. this is becoming a common problem on the Equinox and Pontiac Torrent,

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Posted on Oct 15, 2009

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SOURCE: heater blowing cold air

My 2005 Nissan Sentra 1.8s with 55,000 mi. blows cold air from the heater. Coolant not circulating in engine. Lower hose stays cool to touch. Both heater hoses cold. Changed thermostat - didn't fix it. Coolant not leaking or dirty. None in oil - no oil in radiator. Changed worn water pump belt - pump spins freely with no noise or resistance. Cooling fans come on after warm-up. Temperature gauge stays in normal range then jumps to hot and back again. Coolant good to 10 below - didn't freeze here yet. No other problems or repairs to car. Afraid to drive and make worse. Help!

Posted on Oct 16, 2009

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SOURCE: 2000 Xterra intermentantly overheats

sounds more like the thermostat may be failing. generally a water pump starts leaking out of the "weep" hole in the casting before it quits. just look at the front of the water pump for a greenish streak or an obvious leak.
if you also suspect you heater core may be getting plugged now would be a good time to back flush it to get rid of some of the gunk.

Posted on Oct 22, 2009

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