Question about Volkswagen Beetle
I have flushed and changed the coolant and put in a new thermostat afterward. The upper radiator hose and all other related hoses are hot with exception to the lower radiator hose that actually runs up to the thermostat. I also flushed/attempted to flush the heater core. Any and all suggestions appreciated.
If you flushed the coolant with the thermostat in, chances are you didn't flush the coolant. Regardless, it's easiest to check the controls inside first. Does the blower fan work? Does the air flow change from floor to vent, to dash as it's supposed to? Does the A/C change temps when knob is turned from cold to hot? Post results.
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