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Hello, I have a 2000 voyager 3.0 my heater hose broke and i replaced both inlet and out hoses at the same time. i filled back with coolant, the car still overheating, i changed the thermostat and no more overheating but my chck engine light came on, please do u have ideal what happen. Scanner said something to do with thermostat, I know that i unpluged the coolant sensor that seat right by the thermostat housing and i pluged back after repalcing the thermostat

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  • ED Tony Jan 23, 2013

    Thanks, i resolved it, the problem was the coolant sensor switch was not plug in. Thanks every body

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All trouble codes must be cleared from computer, your parts store can do this for your, free. your coolant sensor should have been replaced as well. car is 13 years old. c'mon dude. oil change , good idea. what shape are rad hoses in , they probably need replaced, is your radiator clogged up w/ corrosion ? water pump ok ?

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Posted on Sep 04, 2009

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SOURCE: heater blows cold air 1995 plymouth voyager

With the engine cold & the radiator full remove the radiator cap and start the engine. Let the engine reach operating temperature which will open the thermostat. When it opens the water in the radiator will start circulating if the pump & thermostat are operating properly. If all is ok replace the cap and turn the temperature lever on the heater to hot If you still have no heat check the heater valve on the engine firewall. Open it manually and see if you have heat. If yes check the cable from the velve to the temperature lever.

Posted on Jan 03, 2010

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Yep! Take the heater hoses loose from the engine(one at water pupm\\mp and other one at thermostat housing area usually). Then take your water hose at your house,with a common old pistol grip nozzle,and spray water back thru the heater hose you took off the water pump side and that will force it back thru the heater core and out the hose you took off the thermostat side.
If you want to see the junk that flies out of it,tie a white rag or old tee shirt onto the end of the hose.You'll be amazed what flies out of there.Reconnect your heater hoses and see how it does.
I always fill the hose full of water so when I reconnect them,they don't have any airlock problem. don-ohio (:^)

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How do i replace the heater core 1997 isuzu hombre


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1.Engine coolant. Refer to Draining and Filling Cooling System in Engine Cooling.
2.Heater hoses. Refer to Heater Hoses.
3.Instrument panel. Refer to Instrument Panel Replacement in Interior Trim.
4.Air inlet assembly. Refer to Air Inlet Assembly Replacement.
5.Vacuum lines.
Important
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HOW TO CHANGE HEATER CORE IN 2000 BUICK CENTURU


Instructions
  1. Removing the Heater Core
    • Lift the hood and prop it open. Makes sure the engine is cold. Disconnect the negative battery cable with a socket wrench or box wrench. Avoid using open-end wrenches on the battery terminals, as they tend to strip the bolt heads.
    • 2Place a drain pan under the radiator. Open the radiator cap. Open the radiator drain on the bottom of the radiator and the two coolant drains near the oil pan. You can reuse the coolant unless it appears cloudy and contaminated. Close all three drain openings once all the coolant has drained from the system.
    • 3
    • Disconnect the inlet and outlet hoses of the heater core inside the engine compartment using a socket wrench. Be prepared to catch or wipe up any coolant that drips from these hoses. Drain the coolant from inside the heater core.
    • 4Unscrew and remove the lower instrument panel sound insulator from below the dashboard on the passenger side. Use a socket or screwdriver to loosen and remove the screws on the heater flooricon1.png outlet. Remove the clips and take out the duct.
    • 5Loosen and remove the screws holding the heater core cover in place. Remove the cover.
    • 6Remove the retaining bolts holding the heater core in place. Remove the heater core.
    Installing the Heater Core
    • 7Position the replacement heater core and secure the retaining bolts. Put the cover back on the heater core and reattach the screws and clips.
    • 8Reinstall the floor outlet duct with its screws and clips, followed by the lower instrument panel sound insulator.
    • 9Reconnect the inlet and outlet hoses to the heater core In the engine compartment.
    Refilling the Cooling System
    • 10Tighten all of the drains. Fill the radiator up to the base of the radiator neck with antifreeze, reusing the old coolant if it's cleanicon1.png. Fill the coolant overflow tank up to the "FILL" mark.
    • 11Reconnect the negative cable on the battery and start the engine, making sure you leave the radiator cap off. With the engine idling, look into the radiator and notice that the coolant level has dropped. Add coolant until the level is back up to the base of the radiator neck. Add coolant to the "FILL" mark on the overflow tank. Put the radiator cap on, making sure the arrow on it points to the overflow tank.
    • 12Squeeze the large return hose leading to the top of the radiator with the engine still running. The hose should begin to feel hot, indicating that the thermostat has opened and is functioning properly.
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Car heater not geting warm


first of all. check coolant level. One way to tell if the coolant is circulating through the heater core is to feel both heater hoses. Both the inlet and outlet return hoses should feel hot when the engine is at normal operating temperature and the heater is on. some vehicles have a "bleeder" valve (or more than one valve) on the thermostat housing and/or certain hose connections. Opening the valve(s) allows air to escape as the system is filled. The valve(s) should then be closed when coolant starts to dribble out the valve. On vehicles that lack these special bleeder valves, it may be necessary to temporarily loosen the heater outlet hose so air can bleed out as the system is filled. A plugged heater core. Accumulated crud in the cooling system may plug the core and block the flow of coolant. The only cure here is to replace the heater core. if above is ok. replace thermostat.

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  1. Drain the coolant until the level of the coolant is below the level of the thermostat.
  2. Disconnect the upper radiator hose from the water hose connection.
  3. Unfasten the three water inlet connection retaining bolts and remove the water hose connection.
  4. Remove the gasket and thermostat from the water hose connection. Discard the gasket.
To install:
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    NOTE The jiggle valve on the thermostat must be in the up position.
  2. Place the thermostat in the water hose connection making sure the thermostat jiggle valve is facing up.
  3. Install the new gasket and place the water hose connection assembly into position.
  4. Install the water hose connection assembly retainers and tighten them to 89-124 inch lbs. (10-14 Nm).
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  6. Fill the engine with coolant, start the engine and check for leaks.
  7. Stop the engine and top off the coolant recovery reservoir as necessary.

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  2. Raise the vehicle and support it with jackstands.
  3. Disconnect the lower radiator hose from the water inlet connection.
  4. Unfasten the two water inlet connection retaining bolts and remove the water inlet connection.
  5. Remove the O-ring seal and thermostat from the water inlet connection. Inspect the O-ring for damage and replace as necessary.
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  3. Install the water inlet connection assembly retainers and tighten them to 71-106 inch lbs. (8-12 Nm).
  4. Connect the lower radiator hose to the water inlet connection.
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  6. Stop the engine and top off the coolant recovery reservoir as necessary.

Good luck (remember to rate this answer).

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3. for 5.4 (4v) if equiped,remove junction splash shield
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NOTE: If needed, clean and lubricate coolant hoses with plain water.

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  1. Install heater core.
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  3. Install 13 plenum chamber top screws.
  4. Connect vacuum line.
  5. Install A/C plenum demister adapter.
  6. Connect heater hose to heater core.
  7. Release all clamps from inlet and outlet heater hoses.
  8. For 5.4L (4V), if quipped, install junction block bracket.
  9. For 5.4L (4V), if quipped, connect starter relay cable.
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  12. Refill engine coolant.
I hope this helps you

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