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Re: Ready For Edit: Heater Core Flush (No Heat Fix)

It is a good write up...but it is just as easy to unhook the hoses from the MOTOR and just put a hose nozzle up to it and wash it out. It takes maybe 20mins.
 

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Re: Ready For Edit: Heater Core Flush (No Heat Fix)

And for the record. I have used this method in the past on a Ranger, a blazer, and a mustang and they always end up clogging again. that's why I personally suggested to replace the entire core. Just having some fun while expressing my opinion.
 

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Re: Ready For Edit: Heater Core Flush (No Heat Fix)

Fair enough, sure it just woulda been funny if I understood that beforehand.
 

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Re: Ready For Edit: Heater Core Flush (No Heat Fix)

Why not do it right the first time?
Flushing it out for free Vs. buying a new heater core.

My old blazer had this exact problem and I just flushed the system out and put a new thermostat in and it worked for a year before I sold it. I don't know about you, but I don't like spending money unless I have to, so fixing a problem for free don't come often.:cool:
 
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