Question about 1994 Plymouth Voyager
I had heat a couple weeks ago, but it took a little while to get warm. now i have no heat and defrost at all. I have had the same problem for weeks. We have replaced the thermostat, flushed, and reverse flushed the system, as well as got the vent door unstuck, and checked the engine codes...it isn't ready any, now I have NO HEAT AT ALL! I had ok heat at 4p this afternoon when I drove to work and absolutely none when I started it and let it run for 1/2 an hour before driving it for another 1/2 hour, and still had only cold air.It's -31C with the windchill here tonight! I NEED TO FIND THE SOLUTION.
Are the heater hoses warm or is just one of them warm? The reason i ask is because it looks like you've addressed everything but the heater core.It is possible that as a result of flushing the system that loose debris has clogged the passages to/of the heater core and would explain the loss of heat.
hope this helps!
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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