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ok so this isnt on an F150 but the general principles apply im assuming. i have a 95 s10 with a 2.2 4 banger and the heat hasnt worked since i bought it. and for those of you not aware, its JANUARY and i live in IOWA lol. replaced the thermostat today and it solved another temp. issue but not the heater. talked to my mechanic and he said to do a back flush. he said to remove both hoses and run water through both holes, switching from one to the other until clean. is this the proper technique?
Originally Posted by Just call me Sean
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1995 F150 Mark III Flareside Supercab 351 auto 4x4 186,000 miles and still running strong
2007 Subaru Outback AWD 2.5 auto 48,000 miles