The hoses to the heater core can be disconnected under the hood. connect a water hose to the core, and try to flush the core to unclog it.
Heater core could be clogged.
No, a clogged heater core will not make it overheat. A leaking heater core will.
possible clogged or damaged heater core
i had the same problem w/my 97 avenger its a clogged heater core if u take the hose off from the fiewall and use a hose to unclog the heater core u should be all set.also thermostat can be gone id do thermostat then heater core
its the heater core. but its not clogged. its cracked
Try flushing the coolant system out
could be a number of reasons etc bad thermostat,clogged heater core,leaking heater core,
Low coolant and a clogged heater core are possibilities.
Do you mean that your heater core is leaking coolant ? That would mean that the heater core is clogged. The heater core is like a mini-rad, if it is clogged it leaks.AnswerNo, there is not an overflow tube/outlet on the heater core.See "Related Questions" below for more about Taurus / Sable heating/cooling systems.
You don't clean a heater core. Once it's clogged, you cannot clean it out successfully. You need to replace it instead.
Maybe a clogged heater core!
Clogged Heater core... common problem with 2002 dodge
Could have a clogged line feeding the heater core. Disconnect return hoses from the heater core and verify coolant is flowing through the core.
You may have a clogged heater core, or a leak in the system somewhere. Take your car to a mechanic who can replace the heater core or diagnose the leak.
you unclog it
Sounds like either clogged or air bound
probably the heater core is clogged
Bad or clogged heater core. Backflush it.
A possible cause could be that you have a clogged heater core.
could be head gasket problem. does your heater work? might need heater core , clogged up. do compression test. or bypass heater core and see if that works.
Low coolant, failed thermostat, failed belt, failed water pump, clogged heater core, etcLow coolant, failed thermostat, failed belt, failed water pump, clogged heater core, etc
I also need an answer to this question, but my floorboard does not get wet. Is it clogged or is it a bad heater core? It is most likely a bad heater-core if it is antifreeze.