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Jimny heater problem, very low heat, HELP RQD ..LOL


 
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 24, 2010 23:43    Post subject: Jimny heater problem, very low heat, HELP RQD ..LOL Reply with quote

Hi, my partners car a suzuki jimny, x reg, low milage, soft top, automatic, 1.4. has a very poor heater especially with the cold spell we are having at the moment.  I have drained the system, had radflush in it for 24 hours, drained and flushed out, replaced thermo stat, refilled with antifreeze/water etc The heat o/p is now even worse as this new stat runs cooler than the old one.  water getting through the heater matrix ok and water pipes/hoses to and from heater get hot. Heat can be felt near the heater matrix and all controls appear to be working fine but heat to any point, widscreen, vents etc is very low and can be barely felt on the hand.  Is this normal for these cars or is there a soloution to this problem?  Any help would be appreciated, thx Rik
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