|07-24-2010 05:03 AM|
|morphious||heater core should either be dumping coolant, or you should get steam to come out the vents once it gets warm. witch makes me think maybe the water drain tube for the fresh air intake is clogged and your just getting cruddy junk from your vent system.|
|07-24-2010 12:04 AM|
|ENIX89YJ||super gummy bear sounds really good right now!!!.. one of my friends had a 10lb gummy bear!!! it was massive!!!!!!!!!|
|07-22-2010 10:58 PM|
thanks fnjeep. I got a new heater core and I'm going to start in on it tomorrow.
Peloquin- MMMMMM. Super gummy!
|07-20-2010 12:04 AM|
Heater core - replace it.
Flush the coolant system.
While you're in there, replace the current thermostat with a "Fail-Safe" thermostat (available at most car stores) so you don't get stuck on a trail.
The condition may have damaged your water pump. Grab the pulley around the water pump and shake it back-n-forth. If it "wiggles," your water pump is shot and needs to be replaced - it's not expensive.
Check the water hoses for cracks and failure - water stains around the seals.
|07-19-2010 11:40 AM|
|07-19-2010 10:48 AM|
|castorj29||Might be melted gummy bears|
|07-19-2010 10:35 AM|
|07-19-2010 10:32 AM|
unhook that bad boy and buy this
|07-15-2010 10:19 AM|
|jeepygirl||Sadly, it does get cold enough to need a heater in the winter. I guess I'll be adding the heater to the massive list of fixes. Thanks for the help guys!|
|07-15-2010 09:44 AM|
|07-14-2010 11:10 PM|
|ENIX89YJ||heater core 5 or 6 nuts on the firewall under the hood then get inside and pry and pull on the plastic case then the heater core is on the back side... and you have to take the skrews out of the back plate and the heater core should have two screws in it... take the old one out and backtrack the steps..... had to do this first thing when i got mine.. haha|
|07-14-2010 10:07 PM|
|jeepygirl||Coolant seems to be the fluid of choice. Sure enough, my heater does not appear to be functioning. Gosh darnit! Assuming my heater is the source of my mystery fluid, how the heck do I fix that? I've never had a heater go out on me before.|
|07-14-2010 09:04 PM|
|Matcheen||I had the same mystery fluid...turned out it was a leaking shock. Guess they do that after 20 years...|
|07-14-2010 04:56 PM|
|07-14-2010 04:50 PM|
|kj 92yj||if it's coolant, and you have carpet, get a few potatoes and slice them up somewhat thin, then lay them down on your carpet and it'll suck up all the antifreeze and should alleviate the horror peloquin had to go thru. sounds stupid, but works....and then if you're in a warm climate or only drive in the summer, just bypass your heater core and you'll never have to worry about it again!|
|07-14-2010 04:13 PM|
|toshpate||Yeah my first thought was rusty something, I get that from time to time but never gooey thats a head scratcher, my cooland isnt rusty or gooey, I think|
|07-14-2010 04:10 PM|
|InfernoGirl||Does it smell sweet? If so, it's coolant....|
|07-14-2010 03:25 PM|
could be chocolate milk. some dummy spilled that in my 95 once, and it got stanky in the heat. had to take the carpet out and wash it out at the carwash. man, texas head and chocolate milk jeep carpet are a bad combo.
coolant sounds viable to me, but then again, i fix computers
although, i have done more fixing on my jeep this past month than all my other cars combined over the past 25 years.
|07-14-2010 02:47 PM|
|Brad[LK1]||^x2 on the ditry coolant.........unless someone doesnt like you much and broke into your Jeep and took a Deuce there? haha jk|
|07-14-2010 02:38 PM|
|07-14-2010 02:08 PM|
Who wants to play a game of where is that coming from? There is a gooey liquid on the floor of the front passenger side. It is brownish and it accumulated over several days.
So...Where is that coming from???