Question about 1989 Chevrolet Camaro
There are pretty much two reasons someone would bypass the core 1. it is leaking and for some reason they don't want to or can't change it now. or
2. there is a heater control that can't be easily reached that is causing hot air to blow into the cabin in the summer. (there are other ways of fixing that though).
Either way, in bypassing it, the flow in the cooling system is not interrupted and it does not cause any damage to the engine. (where blocking it possibly could, even though that's unlikely)
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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