Question about 1992 Buick Skylark
You need to check if your heater core is pluged Disconncet the two hoses that go to it there under the hood onleft side of fire wall 5/8ths inch hoses Take a garden hose this is easyer if you buy 2 feet of 5/8ths hose cut ti in half so you end up with 2 one foot lenghts Plug then on the outlet and inlet of the coreput i nozzle on your hose and see if the water will flow throught the core switch from one side to the other not to much pressure and this should clean it enough to get it working Then change your antifreeze and back the system twice before putting new antifreeze in not serviceing the cooling system is what causes this problem
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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