Question about 2000 Chevrolet Blazer
I have had a 4 cylinder s-10 and a v6 sonoma Both at about 100 thousand the heat stopped working. It's the heater core in the dash never put stop leak in any thing it's a sure fire way to clog up your whole system in my experience. A patch is never as good as a replacement. I know it;s a long job but do it right so you don't have to be sorry later. Another work around that i did for a while i went to wal-mart and bought a 9 volt heater that you can put on your dash to defrost your window considering a heater core will take 2 days to remove and replace !
Posted on Oct 18, 2010
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