Question about BMW Cars & Trucks
Yeah I had the same problem: First flush out the heater core and then replace the thermostate. I looked on youtube to see the right way to flush out my heater core with a garden hose. There is an inlet and an outlet. From memory the top hose is the inlet where you run the garden hose through. Be very careful when taking the hose off. I cut the hose at the beginning of the pipe and then cut the hose off the pipe as a safety measure. Connect the garden hose and run it through for about 15mins, you can also run the engine while this is being done. Re-connect the hose and then change the thermostat. You now should be able to cook a chook with the heater :)
Posted on Jul 18, 2013
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