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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a 2003 Ford
The drain is there for the condensation from the air conditioner evarorator. And, yes, it probably is the heater core. It is Very difficult to remove. You have to remove the Whole dash - and more.... The dealer sells the whole heater assembly for $525. Good Luck.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
when you say left side are we talking passanger side or drivers side if drivers side which is my guess most likely your waterpump seal is leaking
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
SOURCE: my 96 grand Am leaking bad
those are 2 hoses an inlet and outlet for your heater.take a look inside the car at the carpet and see if there is anti freeze.the heater core can leak,and then run down the hose,but you may be lucky and just the hose is no good.they are quite stiff to take off,you have to twist them as well as pull.go slowly,damage to the heater core can result otherwise.the heater core is mounted on the firewall and the entire dash must be removed to replace it.if you do cahnge it,make sure there is a ground strap added from the heater pipes to ground.it prevents electrolysis from the dissimilar metals.
Posted on May 14, 2009
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