|03-03-2009 01:00 PM|
I had to do mine as well, but did a full drain, radiator clean with Prestone cleaner, replaced the t-stat, and replaced the water pump, which finally died with the flush.
Probably more work than required, but the 97's water pump was only 32.00 and was the ultimate source of my heating issues.
|03-02-2009 05:29 PM|
|DontTellMeAboutCajun||Well, figured I'd take it a step further anyway since it's a 97 and could use the new parts. Glad it worked though, I was awful mad that it was really that difficult to change|
|03-01-2009 07:50 PM|
|jpdocdave||good, too bad you started to take it out and got all p o'd first|
|03-01-2009 07:48 PM|
+1 for this heater core flush post!
Worked like a charm, feels great now!
Sugarnails posted it, 8 posts from top.