Question about 1995 Honda Accord
Try back flushing your heater core find the 2 hoses to the heater and start the motor let it run for a bit feel the hoses 1 should get hot and 1 should be a little cooler the 1 that gets hot is the inlet and the cooler 1 is the outlet remove them after the motor has cooled down and use a garden hose to back flush the core flush water through the outlet you dont need to use high pressure if you do there is a chance the core can crack and leak.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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