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Old 01-03-2010, 08:58 PM   #1
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No Heat '00 TJ

I recently replaced my stock radiator and i got in my car early this morning (22 degrees outside early) and started my Jeep, came back 15 minutes later, turned in the "heat" and there was no heat at all. I think I may heater core is clogged, is there an easy way to flush it (without removing my dash)? Could it be something else?

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I recently replaced my stock radiator and i got in my car early this morning (22 degrees outside early) and started my Jeep, came back 15 minutes later, turned in the "heat" and there was no heat at all. I think I may heater core is clogged, is there an easy way to flush it (without removing my dash)? Could it be something else?
try flushing the heater both ways and see what happens. prestone radiator flush won't work, garden hose and flush one side and then the other and go back and forth til it has a steady stream. good luck man

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Just did it, heat works great. I've never seen fluid this bad before lol, Thanks for the advice
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