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Centre heating got a raddater not working all the rest are whats wrong

No heat no air coming out when trying to bleed

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Rad valve could be stuck down turn valve s off then reopen , or turn off all rads and leave this one on and see if it gets hot may have air lock in rad flow pipe .

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then when you have reached the coolant level you need to put the bleed screws back if you have them if not dont worry its self bleed system, once the level is reached you need to start the engine and leave the coolant filler cap off then wait until the temp is up to normal running temp then refit the coolant cap.

if after doing the above check you have got heat inside the jeep turn the heater on to full heat and turn it on if it comes out hot then this indicates the coolant is pumping around the engine properly, if its cold then you have some problems.

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if its still over heating and the fan is working as it should be then you can only have 2 problems left, the first would be the water pump but if you have heat in the jeep from the heater then this points towards the pump working, so all thats left is the head gasket this could have failed and is a big cause of over heating problems.

let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok

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what u need to do is turn off all your rads except the 1 that is working and run the heating that should push any blockage round the system do the same with other rads that are blocked then try bleeding the rads and filling boiler if neccecary

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Not sure that I can help but will give it a go for you. I have never heard of bleeding Gas Heaters and usually they don't need that. Work on one heater at a time. If you can blow compressed air through the lines this may clear the flow. Best way is if you can get to the gas lines by removing a cover and then remove the gas line as close to the gas source. Gas heaters tend to carbon up and the air pressure tends to clear them. If you can't get to the gas lines you can try blowing the air back through the main jet at the front of the heater. Sounds to me like the jets are partially clogged and just need to be cleared. If you manage to remove the main pipe make sure you tighten it back up to avoid any gas leaks. Before trying to light it check for gas leaks as well. Hope this helps

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