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Steam from vents and coolant leaking indicated a bad heater core, you will smell the coolant if this is the case.
Posted on Nov 03, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Dec 30, 2008
First remove outer wiper ,take off plastic guard there is a bolt underneath it remve wiper thenremove 2 screws that hold grab handle on inside of rear door.remove 2 plastic push tabs with removal tool.pry plastic cover off carefully removing push tabs with removal tool or flat blade screwdriver about 10 of them if I remember correctly pull bottom half of cover out of each conection and lift off at center. peel plastic from gate carefully as you have to put it back on.this exposes the motor disconnect grey plug to wiper motor ,three 8 mm screws hold motor to tailgate best of luck
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
SOURCE: 1998 lincoln town car
If you notice a 'sweet' smell, or windows tend to fog up, it's your cars heater core leaking. The heater core is located under the dash, passenger side, it's like a mini radiator. The cars cooling system directs hot coolant to it so you can have heat. To change it is an involved procedure.
If there is no evidence of the anti-freeze smell or windows fogging up, and u have been using your air conditioner, it would be a blockage in the drain tube from the a/c. The end of the tube is located under the car on the passenger side , behind the front wheel. The blockage needs to be removed, and will solve the problem. Let me know what u find Curt
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
Iv'e done just about everything anyone can do on a car (a few times more than once)..and, heater cores are not my favorite job! Good luck!!
Posted on May 07, 2009
Your heater core has corroded through. You need a new heater core. You may be able to get by temporarily, with bypassing the heater core hoses, located in the engine compartment. These hoses carry coolant heated from the engine, to the heater core. You remove the hoses from the core, and put a pipe in the middle, connecting the two hoses together using hose clamps.
Should there be a cool morning, or if you need the defroster, you won't have warm air. Just a temporary fix.
Posted on May 10, 2009
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