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I have a 92 Acura legend that the heat won't blow hot . i have change Thermostat back to a OEM. and bleed the air out...it still blow warm and temp goes up and down.......i did feel the hoses coming from the heater core and one side was hot and the other one was warm........please help... this thing got me crazy !

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  • nspain08 Jan 09, 2011

    Engine
    Cooling problem
    1992 Acura Legend 6 cyl

    My car is creating too much pressure and its busting my coolant hoses. Two minutes after starting the car, the top hose connected to the radiator is really hot and hard. Then my car starts to over heat. I changed the thermostat, coolant sensor, and the heater core because I bought the car with a broken heater core. Can you or anybody help me please, its greatly appreciated

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Plugged heater core, must bring it in for proper flush.

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