Question about 2000 Buick LeSabre
After warming up the engine ( gauge moves warmer) the heater only blows cold air.
Be sure to keep an eye on your coolant level. If there's a leak, then it'll just get low again and return with no heat. There'll also be a chance on overheating your car if it's low on coolant.
Make sure if you're adding water, that it's DISTILLED water. It's free from impurities and will be much better for your system.
It's actually recommended to use 50/50 diution of antifreeze and distilled water. You can buy this already pre-diluted, which is easiest. Or you can buy the full mixture of antifreeze yourself and mix it 50/50 with the water.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
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