Question about Cars & Trucks
Remove the thermostat temporarily just for a diagnostic strategy. Put the thermostat housing back on with a new gasket and then drive it for a time to confirm that it is no longer doing that same thing. You will be running too cool to leave the thermostat out and you will have little or no heat. I just want to know if removing the stat helps before I continue. let me know.
Posted on Dec 08, 2014
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