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Car heater blowing cold air and leakage behind the dashboard

I owe a merc 190e (1991) the heater blowing cold air and it take ages to come to luke warm. I had the car serviced and even changed the thermostat. It does not help. Now i have noticed there is a leak coming behing the dashborad leaking onto the floor, I believe the laek comg from one of the pipe. Please healp me

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Likely a combination of heater valve not opening and fresh air vent not closing. Check vacum lines around engine. Look to see if heater valve operates (between firewall and cabin)

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IT'S THE HEATER CORE, IT IS LOCATED UNDER THE RAIN GUARD THINGY UNDER THE WIPER MOTOR

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