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Replaced radiater ,thermastat still no heat and

On my 95 subaru legacy i replaced radiater ,thermastat still no heat and gage reads hot

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Did you run engine from cold, WITH HEATER ON, and fill cap off when re-filling system? If not, try that and see what happens. Let the engine get up to operating temperature and rad fan come on to cool 2 or 3 times before putting cap back on.

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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You have an air lock in the cooling water blead it out
one way of doing this is when the motor is "warm" not red hot!!! take the header cap off it should pump out any air along with "hot water!" keep the header tank toped up all the time

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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