Question about 1985 Oldsmobile Delta 88
Every thing is in proper order. that is what is making it hard.
If your coolant is full, and the car is not overheating, it's probably not your thermostat, but you might want to make sure. Look on the heater hoses running to the heater core - there should be a solenoid valve in the supply one (I think it's a vacum solenoid). That ****** is probably toast.... I believe it's meant to shut the coolant flow off when the aircon comes on. You can either whack it, replace it, or, if the aircon doesn't work anymore, remove it and put a coupling in there.... if it's not that, then your heater core is probably plugged.
Hope this helps :)
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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