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Had steel line to rear heat develop hole have patched it, also replaced thermostat. Still have no heat and heat peeks out at 280. I turn van off and let it cool. what else do I do?

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Please explain fully in queens english and i will try to advise here ,have no idea on this steel line?? are you having a problem with interior heating??

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measure the length you need checking the connections of the ends weither its male or female then get the copper type so you never have to replace again disconect the old line and reconect the new line dont over tighten as you could thread the new nuts run line along existing rails or clips then take off rear tyres looking for blled nipples do the furthest away from the master cylinder first get an assistand to pump the pedal making sure that you have a small hose a jar and new break fluid put a small amount of fluid in the jar so there is no air getting back into syatem keep pumping break pedal untill all air is out of that line making sure you top up the resevoir tell the assistant to keep pumping and on the final pump when all the air is out keep there foot to the floor tighten the nipple back up thats it if it has two nipples on the rear which is unlikley do same on other side hope this makes sence

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