2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse Repair Question
Asked on November 29, 2012
Mitsubishi Eclipse Radiator Problem
The heat blows cold air except for driving on the highway...as soon as I get off the highway it goes back to cold air. I then noticed a small puddle under the passenger side of the engine. The overflow was empty so I replaced some of the fluid. The fans are turning on and no visible leaks to any hoses. Yesterday I had a friend install a new thermostate and flush/bleed the radiator. He said the radiator should be getting hot and it's not. I picked up the car today and it still does not have heat and the temperature gage will rise to hot and then level out several times while driving. I noticed antifreeze coming out the front of the car once I got home...not a lot and the overflow was still full. Any ideas?
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Replied on November 30, 2012
u will need to rent a pressure tester.it goes where the cap is.then u need to pump it up.then u can find the leak.
Answered by cadieman
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Replied on December 1, 2012
you do need to pressurize the system to find the leak first,after that you need to bleed the system of air,you may have a restricion in the heater core or even a head gasket issue.but you have to fix the leak before you can go any further.
Answered by homer1967
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