Feel free to contact our technical support line at 888-863-0426 with any other questions. Helpful Information Heater hoses transfer hot engine coolant into the heater core where it's processed into warm air and utilized by the heater system. What if the windows aren't fogging up, but I'm still getting coolant on the floor boards? I looked everywhere and saw no leaks. Heater Core on a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee has my hair on fire!! Whoever worked on it before did it a long time ago. If you find that your vehicle has overheated, or continues to overheat, you'll want to check on the health of your heater core for sure.
Josh- Thank you for asking about your Audi A4. The BlueDevil Head Gasket Sealer would be the best product to use for your heater core leak. In some vehicles, this may not be all that easy and you may have to raise it and crawl underneath to locate and touch-test them. It's Definitely Possible There are plenty of times when heater cores will go bottom up, and only barely exhibit one or two symptoms. At higher engine speeds, however, the lack of coolant through the heads and block prevents sufficient flow through the heater. Based on your description, it does sound like you are experiencing a heater core leak. Like I said though, getting positive results doesn't necessarily mean the heater core is fine, especially if it's sprung a leak in one of the coils.
It needs a lot of maintenance, but I think it's still cheaper than a car payment. Im just not sure if that metal tube can be pulled out. When I pulled up the floor mat, there was no puddle, but it was soaking wet. Also the blower motor will just shut off for no apparent reason. Take a garden hose and insert it into the inlet tube. Feel free to contact our technical support line at 888-863-0426 with any other questions. Pressure testing should be performed whenever there is a leak or suspected leak.
Unfortunately, if the vehicle is unable to idle for the full 50 minutes without overheating, it may just be that the leak you have or symptoms you are having are just a little to extreme for the product. And if so will the blue devil pour-n-go work? Reservoir is full but mechanic added coolant to radiator directly? We welcome your comments and suggestions. Note: To install your heater core, just follow these instructions in reverse. If you have radiator fluid in it will have a unique smell. Feel free to contact our technical support line at 888-863-0426 with any other questions. The mechanic says I need to replace the heater core and that it's not related to the work they did. When BlueDevil Pour-N-Go reaches the leak point, the temperature differential will cause a chemical weld to form sealing your leak without affecting any other part of your cooling system.
A vehicle will typically have an inlet and an outlet hose, both of which connect to the heater box. Alternatively, you could also have a leak in the seals around your door, windshield or firewall—all of which could be soaking the floor as well. Hand-tighten the center screw at the windshield and gently push the panel back into place. I thought it was car wash but being green and coolant green and in filter not sure now. Maybe there's a residue in the vents or something? Which product should I use? BlueDevil Radiator Flush is perfect for removing grease, rust, grime and any other buildup that occurs during normal vehicle use.
When it comes to heater cores, it's extremely common for them to leak out into your passenger compartment, because they are usually right up underneath the dashboard inside your car. Based on your description, we recommend using the BlueDevil Head Gasket Sealer. Michael- Are you able to determine just how quickly you are losing antifreeze at this point? What is wrong with it is it a heater core. Your heater core is actually a little radiator that dissipates heat generated from your engine into your vehicle. Garage added Coolant - not sure they really investigated anything- and seemed to mostly fix issue for 2 weeks. I've replaced the thermostat and the heater core, thinking that would stop my car windows from fogging up, but even after those repairs, my windows are still fogging up.
Heater Cores Purpose and Function Most of the heat absorbed from the engine by the cooling system is wasted. That one would be easy to repair. That all being said, if the windows aren't fogging up but you're still getting coolant on the floor boards, it's still worth investigating further. In the last few days I have noticed a small puddle on the driver side floor, smell anti-freeze when I turn on the heater, have fogged up windows and only slight heat. Also drove 40 miles when this happened no over heating.
What tools and equipment do I need to flush my heater core? If it's losing coolant it's not enough for me to notice. Next, place the core in place and tighten down the screws two to four. In your particular situation, especially without any loss of coolant, while I wouldn't rule out a bad heater core, I would look first towards your air conditioning unit. Doing it this way will save you having to completely flush and refill your coolant system with expensive coolant. You can do this by routing the inlet heater hose to the outlet. The one that runs from the thermostat housing to the heater core has rubber hose clamped to the metal with a regular hose clamp.
If either of them have no pressure or suction one of each , then your heater core has failed or gotten clogged internally. A normal working system apparently should be 'noise-free'. If your heater core is bad, you will find more green coolant on your passenger floor board. A mechanic uses a spanner to work on a car engine. Answer: Call Up an Auto Parts Store and Get a New One You should be able to call up any auto parts store and get a new one. It will probably be white or gray. If your heater starts to leak again you will want a warranty on both the parts and labor.