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> You can bypass your heater core so your car
> will be drivable. I had the same problem. On
> the passenger side of the engine there are
> two connections for the water that goes into
> your car. Instead of running the two into
> the car, just connect them with a short
> piece of hose. This will bypass the water
> into your heater core which is probably the
> source of your leak.

I had the same thing happen to me and it the two hoses that go past the firewall of the car. And there both realy close to each other.

I got a new heater core I m tring to find out how hard it is to replace. Where I live it snow. Day time no problem sunroofs Night are chilly
 

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> You can bypass your heater core so your car
> will be drivable. I had the same problem. On
> the passenger side of the engine there are
> two connections for the water that goes into
> your car. Instead of running the two into
> the car, just connect them with a short
> piece of hose. This will bypass the water
> into your heater core which is probably the
> source of your leak.

I had the same thing happen to me and it the two hoses that go past the firewall of the car. And there both realy close to each other.

I got a new heater core I m tring to find out how hard it is to replace. Where I live it snow. Day time no problem sunroofs Night are chilly
 

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> You can bypass your heater core so your car
> will be drivable. I had the same problem. On
> the passenger side of the engine there are
> two connections for the water that goes into
> your car. Instead of running the two into
> the car, just connect them with a short
> piece of hose. This will bypass the water
> into your heater core which is probably the
> source of your leak.

I had the same thing happen to me and it the two hoses that go past the firewall of the car. And there both realy close to each other.

I got a new heater core I m tring to find out how hard it is to replace. Where I live it snow. Day time no problem sunroofs Night are chilly
 
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