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I have a 2012, bought new, with the 3.6 which never had anyone touching my coolant system and my heater core got plugged up, so I am convinced it is sand left in the block. I have had the heater core flushed 3 times now, with one complete system flush. The last heater core flush did not do a lot, still not much heat on the passenger side. Convinced there must be a less expensive way to replace the heater core I came across the following where this guy with an avenger cut the lines and replaced it himself with short sections of hoses with little expense on his part. Will probably do the same sometime this next summer when it gets warmer, getting too cold now and I don't have a heated garage.

 
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