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1998 Lincoln Navigator

There seems to be a problem with the window fogging up on the inside of the vehicle and theres a smell like swamp gas coming from the vents when I operate the air. What should I do? And @ how much would something like this cost to get fixed. expensive or not is the question.

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Sounds like your heater core is starting to leak.
this is a pretty expensive job pays 6hrs labor at 75-100 dollars an hour and a $125 part

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