Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2001 04:18:24 GMT
From: Thomas <JBell2nopsam.rr.com>
Subject: Re: Heater blows cold for too long


Sounds like a thermostat without a doubt, get yourself a new one, make sure you get the gasket/seal a thermostat with an operating temp of 86 degrees should be fine, make sure you remove the top and bottom radiator hoses and flush the system and fill with a quality antifreeze, a good idea is to let the engine get to an operating temp (ie engine fan comes on) before you refit the radiator/header tank cap this will allievate any chance of an airlock hope this helps Thomas On Tue, 27 Nov 2001 10:50:58 -0800, Dennis Cathey <dennis.catheynopsamle.com> wrote: >Ladies & gents, >My '92 900S hatchback has 101K miles, and my heater seems to take about >20 - 30 minutes to start blowing hot air. Even then, it seems to start >blowing cool air again after a few minutes. Temp that the heater is >blowing does not seem to correlate w/ the temp of the engine, although >the engine does seem to take awhile to warm up. >Any ideas on where I should start looking for a problem? >Thanks for your time. >Dennis

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