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Where are bleed screws for heater pipes on 96 stratus?
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No heat after replacing heater core and thermostat?
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How do i bleed my citroen zx after changing thermostat?
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What precautions should be taken to avoid air locking in hot water pipes of a solar water heater?
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What is the nipple for on the thermostat housing on a hdi engine?
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How can you diagnose and repair a problem with pipes in the wall that bang downstairs when an upstairs shower is used in a 1982 townhouse?
Why is a 1992 Dodge caravan getting little heat after changing the thermostat?
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How can you tell if you have a gas or electric water heater?
How do you bleed the heater core?
If by "bleed" you mean drain, disconnect the lower of the two hoses (do not confuse with the pipes from the AC evaporator) and drain the coolant into a bucket. If you are flushing the system (which you should if you are changing the coolant anyway), dont bother draining it, most of the coolant will flow out anyway, just do the coolant flush and fill from the radiator.
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How do you know if your hot water heater valve is open?
Replace heater core on 1990 fordF-150 truck?
1- Drain coolant. 2- remove heater hoses from core inlet and outlet pipes in engine compartment. 3-remove screws and heater core cover. ( right side lower passenger compartment ) 4- carefully lower core out of heater unit. This old of a truck it would be wise to replace both heater hoses. Use antifreeze as a lubricant to install heater hoses to new core inlets.
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What are signs that there is a problem with a hot water heater?
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How do remove the heater blower in a1999 ford escort 75 van?
There is two pipes on the right side of the engine bay that connect to the heater matrix itself inside the car, disconnect the two pipes. go inside the car and into the passenger side foot well, unscrew two Philips screws on the heater matrix housing directly behind the centre console once the cover is removed you should be able to have a little play to move the heater matrix in and out, two bolts either side of the gearstick housing should give the housing more room for play and removal is complete.
You changed your heater core on your 91 vw jetta and the heat isn't as hot since then ne one know why?
Sounds Like You Have An Air Pocket In The System. You Need To Bleed The System. Some Cars Have Bleed Valves On Them And It's Easier To Do If You Can Find This. You Need To Take The Rad Cap Off And Start The Car. Turn The Heater Controls On Hot And Then If You Don't Have The Bleed Valve, Keep Squeezing The Water Pipes In The System. Best Ones To Do Are The Main Ones To And From The Radiator. Best Is When The Car Is Warm As The Thermostat Is Open. Keep Doing This And Keep An Eye On The Water Level As When The Air Comes Out It Goes Down Obviously. You Must Do This With The Heater On Hot As It Opens The Vent Allowing Hot water Into The Heater Rad. Hope This Helps. Regard Mark
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What could cause the hot water pressure in the kitchen and the showers to drop off dramatically?
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Why are there two water pipes going into the dashboard of a subaru legacy?