When he replaced the thermostat.
Did He "purged" the air out of the engine?
Sometimes the air gets trapped inside the engine and the thermostat wont open (just hot air inside the engine) also the temperature gauge wont register the correct temperature (they are design to work with water not air).
Let us know on that.
The work was done at a shop, so I can only assume that it was "purged." How do you purge, and if it wasn't done, would he had had heat before this since he replaced it 2 months ago?
Tuesday, January 15th, 2008 AT 1:58 PM