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I have a 2000 cry/voyager, my heater is blowing out cold air

I changed the thermostat, it has anti freez, does the heater need to calibrated, if so can you tell me how

thanks
joseph irizarry

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  • josephirizar Jan 22, 2009

    Hi paul

    I really appreciate the helpful information and you taking the time to help me with my problem, you guys are great , I will use your instructions on the weekend and I will get back to you on the results and by the way your advice is worth a 5 stars rateing



    thanks again



    Joseph Irizarry

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Hi Joseph,
This looks like a classic Air lock scenario.
Try parking on level ground, when cold remove coolant filler cap, start engine and leave to idle.
Have plenty of warm water available, when engine reaches operating temp it may start making funny noises and then boil over (Keep clear of Coolant filler) when subsided top up with warm water and wait as it may do it again.
Keep your heater on hot and blower on full when you are happy no bubbles or gurgling and heat coming from blower top up replace cap and YahOO! your'e warm again.
Good Luck!
Paul 'W'
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    Paul W Jan 26, 2009

    Any chance of the 5 stars?
    Paul 'W'


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    Paul W Jan 27, 2009

    Hello again Joseph
    By the lack of response I feel possibly the advice didn't work? if this is the case investigation may be required in the cylinder head/gasket area.
    Keep me posted!
    Paul 'W' U.K.


  • vincent sherwood
    vincent sherwood Oct 17, 2013

    thankyou my kids are finally warm again after bing frozen for weeeeeks EXCELLENT

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