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1995 GMC Suburban overheating

Top raideator hose is sucking shut

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SOURCE: I have a 99 GMC Suburban with a broken hose. It

Ok... have this one diagnosed by a PROFESSIONAL sir!... You obviously don't know what you're looking at.

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SOURCE: 1995 GMC suburban temp guage pegs high, but heater

Sounds like there may be an air pocket in the system.
Try 'burping' the system. If this still doesn't fix the problem, check the temperature of the heater core hoses (in and out) The inlet should be fairly cool, the other should be piping hot. If they're both cold; the heater core has an internal blockage.

Next, replace the thermostat with a winter (180-195 F) derivative.
Bleed the system accordingly, and keep me posted!

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