How VW Parts Fail ~ Heater Cores
It has been a while since the last “How VW Parts Fail” video. But I have an awesome one for you today. This is the time of year we see the most failing heater cores. That makes sense because this is the time of year that most folks start using their heat. There are a few things that a failing heater core can cause. We are going to jump right in and talk about how heater cores work, and how they fail!
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Join me as we break down:
- What is a heater core
- Where are most heater cores located
- How do heater cores work?
- The roll coolant plays
- How heater cores fail
- Can they cause a Check Engine Light when they fail?
- Can you repair a heater core?
- Diagnosing a bad heater core
- Flushing a heater core
- and more
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Replaced the heater core in my 1986 VWGolf diesel but am not sure of which hose goes to which heater core outlet. Does it matter for correct flow? I am looking at the.hoses that go to the engine block.