Question about 1997 Plymouth Voyager
MY heat inside the van changes from red hot to icy cold then back again. I'm blowing thru antifreeze at an alarming rate, while the engine is running there is a noticable drip underneath the passenger seat on the van chassis on the outside opfthe vehicle.(there is a set of wires that it's dripping off of) Is this a heatercore failure?
Yup, its running to that point before it dripps off. you can bypass the heater core to stop the leaking, but you won't have heat. take the two heater core hoses ( two hoses connected at the fire wall on passenger side) and connect them together. you will need a fitting to connect them with.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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