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AFTER REPLACING WATERPUMP&THERMO NO HEAT
Did the heat work before? I need you to be more specific but you can try removing the hoses to the heater core and flushing it out.
Posted on Oct 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
NO. the top radiator hose is where the thermostat is,r&r the bolts set the hose and the goose neck to the side remove the gasket and the thermostat,replace the new one in the reverse order.(pay attention to the direction of the thermostat when you install it.
The water pump loosen the belts, drain the radiator using the pet **** under the radiator,or you may use the bottom radiator hose,take it off the water pump and drain into your pan.r&r the bolts from your pump and remove the pump.Clean your gasket area and installl new one in reverse order.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
try to blow out your heater core lines with about 15lbs of air and see what happens. loosen both sides just in case somthin yucky comes out.
Posted on Oct 17, 2012
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