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Old 01-31-2010, 11:17 PM
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Thats where I would start . Put a new thermostat in and see what that does . Some vehicles have a tendency to get the heater core air bound . What I have done in the past is take one of the heater hoses off at the heater core and fill the cooling system . Keep the heater hose off till coolant comes out of the open tube on the core . It may be necessary to put your thumb over the open hose till the heater core fills up with coolant . Once this happens be quick and reinstall the heater hose on the core . This pretty much assures you that you have bled the air out of the core . Good luck .
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