Question about 1986 Suzuki Samurai
NO! in front of the firewall here the input hose for the heater core is, there is a funky valve, they jam up a lot, pull it out (3 screws, 2 hose clamps) hose it down wit WD-40 or move it, work the lever, once free, hose with water and reinstall :-)
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
Find the two hoses going into the firewall behind the engine. Most likely black and as big around as a man's thumb. As soon as the engine gets warm, stop the car open the hood and feel the hoses. If one is warm and the other cold you have a blocked heater core. After 24 years a heater core is allowed to go bad.
This is fixed by replacing the heater core. If the hoses are already tied into each other with a short piece of metal pipe, someone already divined that the core was plugged and removed it from the system. Move way down south.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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