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Old 11-16-2011, 02:30 AM
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hi so here is the problem i have a dodge charger its a 2007 3.5L and it has no heat, i changed the t stat and the houseing and just did the timing belt , water pump and tentioner and did a rad flush and took both heater core hoses of and and used the garden hose and flushed it also and lots of water came out either side and i presured up the system with a presure tester and kept it a
t 16 lbs and bled it with the bleader for a hour and nothing, i felt the heater core lines right at the core and one is super hot and the other sind luke warm the luke warn one leaves the fire wall and goes into a T witch goes to the holding tank and ? and the other goes to the intake witch is the super hot one any ideas
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Old 11-16-2011, 03:11 AM
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Do you have access to compressed air to blow out the heater core? I have more luck with it instead of Water.

You got no heat after u did the water pump? or u did the waterpump trying to fix the no heat problem?
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Old 11-20-2011, 01:53 PM
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i did the pump after trying to get heat and did the compressed air and nothing either its like i have a old toyota lol
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