I could imagine that cruising down the street, with the Beach Boys playing, wooden it be nice! :wink:I just picked this up yesterday at an estate sale.
1990 Dodge Grand Caravan LE with 3.3 V6. 82,000 miles. Needs some work, brakes, exhaust, probably suspension. But not terrible, I picked it up for $1000. Might keep it, that was the original intent, but might flip it. I don't know. I don't want to destroy this thing.
It looks better in pictures then it really is.
Thank you so much for your helpful information. Is there any concern that sodium hydroxide eats the metal in any way? You do mention a few minutes. Is that meant as maximum?hello, the heater core should be made of copper so you can clean it using Sodium hydroxide (NaOH). I did it with mine and it worked like a charm! just connect two hoses to the heater core (it can be installed in the vehicle), put NaOH in one of them, pour hot water in it. Put the other hose in a bucket and wait a few minutes. Then you can use compressed air to flush the core. You should repeat this process until the water looks clean or cleaner.
WARNING! Sodium hydroxide reacts agressively with H2O so pour the water slowly and use eye protection.
Yes.......I checked one of our online parts suppliers Rock Auto and my heater core is indeed Aluminum.(some cars do have aluminium heater core such as my father-in-laws Kia Carnival (Sedona
Yes you did very well: I hope you understood me well. I had to write an essay in English for my final exams last Friday