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Thread: Heating issues

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    My suburban 1500 1995 350 has a problem

    It dosent get warm

    And since i live in sweden and the outside temp is -15 celsius its cold as **** =)

    Att the rear the only air i can get blowing is cold (Ice cold), and the fan seams not to be blowing like it should be, i can hear it change speeds but i just dont think it blows enough ?

    Help me plez

    Kim / Sweden

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    Quote Originally Posted by joker_fly View Post
    My suburban 1500 1995 350 has a problem

    It dosent get warm

    And since i live in sweden and the outside temp is -15 celsius its cold as **** =)

    Att the rear the only air i can get blowing is cold (Ice cold), and the fan seams not to be blowing like it should be, i can hear it change speeds but i just dont think it blows enough ?

    Help me plez

    Kim / Sweden
    Kim, I just repaired my K2500 Suburban, that had the same problem. In my case, the thermostat (Front of intake manifold underneith the water neck, where the upper radiator hose connects), was seized in the "open" position. This is in fact, how most thermostats fail..."open" that is. When open, the thermostat continually cycles coolant through the radiator, and will never heat up to a comfortable level given your outside temperature. Might want to contact our President...He's working on the whole Global warming thing....Oh that's right...It's cold out. We just got an all-time, pre-winter, record breaking snowfall, in Virginia, USA. Our fearless leader needs a new theme to progress his communist takeover legislation. Ha Ha, seriously though, It's most likely your thermostat....inexpensive part to repair. Good luck!!!

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    Ive just replaced my t-stat

    and im still frezzing =(

    the engine is going up to temp so the t-stat is working

    But i cant get it to blow heat from the rear ? now it only blows ice cold

    can i get heat from the rear ?

    In the upper control panel i can only set fan speeds to rear ? (maby i aint got an heater core at the back ?)

    What operating temps are you getting from your suburbans ? when hot ? plez post a pic since my is celsius
    gradded =)

    Joust bought the car and now i cant use it since it dsent warm up and keep the front screen clean from icing

    Just to make sure it does blow hot but not like volvo 240 =) and only cold from rear

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    double check the coolant level as that can cause no a heat scenario

    2003 Z71 Silverado LS
    Access roll up cover
    Bed Rails
    Billet Grill insert
    Bed Rug
    CB with PA system
    Waiting to be installed
    Two 8in RF HX2 punch( would have 12s but they got stolen)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z71_guy View Post
    double check the coolant level as that can cause no a heat scenario

    Is there a high spot at the rear with a bleed valve ? if so where ?

    Colant level is at an all time high =)

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