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Old 11-09-2013, 01:29 AM
Adriel Adriel is offline
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Originally Posted by eatont9999 View Post
Super Clean may work just as well but I have no experience with it, so I can't endorse it. I doubt it will hurt anything.

At least in most of AZ, you don't need heat that badly this time of year. Here in NTX, we are just hitting cooler weather. You could probably get away with bypassing the cabin heat system for a short time if need be.

The heater core is made of aluminum. The radiators are aluminum as well.
Eaton, thank you so very much!

It is because of the lack over here want to give it a shot. Same with the diesel coolant. I like to return a small portion of the help you all have provided!

Are you kidding! It is FREEZING already! I have to wear my thick thermals, flannel shirts, sweater, and lined coat to keep warm in the mornings. I REALLY miss the warmth of a diesel!

See! The P.O. was wrong about there being no aluminum. I bet the corrosion is dielectric, especially in the heater cores tube.
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