Need heat and out of options I think?

Asked by Mar 27, 2018 at 04:56 AM about the Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Okay I have a 96 K 1500 with a AC. I
flushed the heater core and hoses
are both hot after running, not the
core. Checked the actuators not
moving replace them still not
working. Plenty of antifreeze and
already replaced the control panel. I
checked the fuses and their all
fine.!Not sure what to do please help
I'm,running out of ideas. Its cold here
in Oregon! My three-year-old and I
would appreciate any input to get
some heat back in her majesty!
Thanks! :)

2 Answers

6,735

dis connect those hoses and send some water through the heater core with a hose see what kind of flow you get ,replace the core if need be

2,460

The heater core is probably clogged. Try the above method, but you may have to replace it.

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