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How To Fix Your Car’s Heater

There are some steps you can take to examine and fix your car’s heater in case it is broken. The first thing you should check is the tempe...


There are some steps you can take to examine and fix your car’s heater in case it is broken. The first thing you should check is the temperature of the engine. The flow of coolant is restricted by way of thermostat thermal valve which opens when it’s hot and closes when it’s cold. This helps cold engines to warm up fast.
When the thermostat becomes worn out, it remains shut, thus leading to overheating. A worn-out thermostat can prevent the coolant from getting enough warmth to heat the cabin. Replacing the thermostat can be a few minutes job.
If the thermostat is in a good condition, the flow of coolant in the heater core can be restricted by built-up goop. When   the car the cold, a flush can be done by disconnecting the heater hoses at the water pump and using the compressed air to push coolant and gunk backward, out the inlet pipe. Make sure you capture all the old coolant and dispose it off carefully.
Repeat that a few rounds by filling the core with tap water and flushing it out in the same way then refill the core with mixed coolant and reattach the hoses.

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