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Heating problem in carina 2

Toyota carina 2 has no heat . when i top expansion bottle up heater starts to work. i have noticed water seems to be leaking into drivers footwell area. can anyone tell me what this might be and how i might fix it please. thanks

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  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    Looks like you may have a leaking heater core. If you need info as to how to change it, I can provide it, but, this is a very difficult job,

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Toyota ed is on the money mate you got a leaking heater core and it is a ***** to change recommend you go to a mechanic to do it properly, sooner the better as you can damage your engine if it keep getting low on water

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