Question about Cars & Trucks
This solution is for the 3100/3400 engine.
Air in your cooling system. There is a vertical black pipe with a bleader screw on the top. This pipe feeds directly into your water pump. It feeds your heater core and circulates coolant to your throttle body. Start the car, loosen the bleader screw. Air should come out. Rev the engine occasionally to push more bubbles out of the system. Keep an eye on the coolant level in your overflow tank. Once you get the air blead out check your heater.
Air in the system is systematic of a faulty head gasket or leaking hose.
Posted on Jan 14, 2014
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