Does flushing a heater core work?
Flushing out the tubes in the heater core will allow the coolant to flow more easily so there will always be warm coolant to heat up the air going into the cabin. This is especially true if it has been a while since you last changed the coolant as all the buildup can eventually end up in the heater core. via
What are the symptoms of a clogged up heater core?
Key signs to look out for:
Weak or no airflow. Cold air (not warm) coming through the vents when the heater is on. Coolant leakage visible inside the cabin or a damp smell. via
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Where is the drain plug on a radiator?
Hello, the radiator drain plug will be a the bottom edge of the radiator, facing the engine (passenger side). If you drain the coolant, be sure to catch it with a pan of some sort, and properly dispose of it. via
How often should you flush your heater core?
Flushing the coolant and replacing it with fresh fluid every two years or 30,000 miles is a good rule. While you perform this service, inspect the hoses and radiator cap for wear. If the hoses are soft to the touch, show signs of wear, or are over five years old, replace them. via
Does Walmart do antifreeze flush?
Unfortunately, Walmart does not provide coolant or radiator flushing services at any of its Auto Care Centers in 2022. However, Walmart does sell coolant flush kits and fluid that you can use to do the maintenance yourself. Stores like Jiffy Lube, Pep Boys, and Valvoline offer coolant flushing services. via
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