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Posted by Anonymous on
This gurgling sound is the result of a restricted flow of coolant in either the engine or the heater core, usually the core. will need replaced or flushing it out manually, those machines are not good enough, remove the hoses from the engine and flush it out in reverse flow direction with a high pressure air gun, or water hose. some gunk may flush out, then re install it and fill it up.
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