I've taken it to my local shop & they said the heater core is clogged. I'd have to get it replace which is a $900 because it's about 6.5 hours of labor.
My fiancee's father, who used to be a mechanic, said that it sounds like the thermostat is constantly open so the fluid is constantly being cooled and not warming up to warm up the heater core.
And the thing is, I'm not sure if I trust the guys at my local shop. I've heard others talk about how they've tried to rip them off. Anyone else here got any ideas? Thanks.
have the same problem?
Wednesday, December 9th, 2009 AT 9:10 AM