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no heat in 8550

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Kevin A Rhodes

10-13-2013 10:59:49




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I"m not getting any heat in the cab of my 8550,the temp on engine is running normal and radiator is topped off .any suggestions where to start to look?




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Mark - IN.

10-16-2013 18:07:36




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 Re: no heat in 8550 in reply to Kevin A Rhodes, 10-13-2013 10:59:49  
Sometimes for a clog, can reverse the flow direction (reverse the lines) because the build is from one direction. By reversing the lines, can sometimes blow the clog out the other way. Worked for me on a very cold snowy winter day, and its easy enough to do. Give it a shot.

Good luck.

Mark



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ANON

10-13-2013 13:19:16




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 Re: no heat in 8550 in reply to Kevin A Rhodes, 10-13-2013 10:59:49  
Take roof off of the cab and clean out the dust and dirt. Feel the hoses going to the heater core to see if they are as hot as the radiator hoses. Core could be clogged also.



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Kevin A Rhodes

10-14-2013 07:17:31




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 Re: no heat in 8550 in reply to ANON, 10-13-2013 13:19:16  
I"ll do both today.



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Wisconsin Cowman

10-13-2013 17:36:19




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 Re: no heat in 8550 in reply to ANON, 10-13-2013 13:19:16  
Check that the valve for the coolant isn"t shut off.



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JMS/.MN

10-14-2013 13:48:36




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 Re: no heat in 8550 in reply to Wisconsin Cowman, 10-13-2013 17:36:19  
And sometimes there is a shutoff on the return line as well, to keep heat from migrating.



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