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Old 16 Jan 2012, 10:13 pm
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Default ............Heater Problems..............

Has anyone had any problem's with their heater during the cold month's as I have had problem's getting little or NO heat during these cold mo's. I've had my pt heater core flushed out many of times and I get heat for alittle while then it gose back to very little if none at all...Any suggestion's.......
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Old 16 Jan 2012, 10:34 pm
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Default Re: ............Heater Problems..............

A lot of No Heat problems are caused by trapped air in the coolant system. Make sure you purge all air out of your system.
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