Question about 2002 Chevrolet Blazer
I recently replaced my radiator in my 2002 Chevrolet Blazer. We have flushed several times since it has been replaced but the water is still dirty. We placed a clearer in the radiator which instructed us to run the car for 3 to 6 hours then flush out cleaner. When we ran the engine with cleaner in it we started to get funny odor coming from ac and it looks like there is smoke coming from ac vents in car. Someone said that the heater coil had a leak and the radiator corrosion caused that leak to become plugged and the cleaner we placed in radiator unclogged leak. Please advise. Do you think that this is the issue and if so how do i fix my heater coil leak?
It is very possible that your heater CORE is bad. You will smell a sweet odor of antifreeze inside your vehicle if it is leaking, and possibly feel for a wet spot on the floor boards. Need to replace heater core.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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