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If it is a gurgling noise yes it means u have air in your cooling system.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will also smell antifreeze/Prestone Sweet smell if the heater core is leaking and the windshield will steam up in cold winter not to mention the obvious coolant loss. i would think if it's water, unless you are using water in the cooling system, then it could be caused by the AC when it's on. This is normal for the hoses to have moisture on them and you will see it on the ground underneath the car when the AC is running.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
The only hoses that should be coming through the firewall would normally be the heater hoses but they would generally be more in the middle or on the passenger side of the vehicle. Do these appear to be add on type or original equipment? If someone has added something it would be a strange location.
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
If the copper/metal hose broke free from the heater core, the heater core will need to be removed and replaced. let me know what size engine and I can send you the removal procedures. Big job!!
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
the left hand buttons pointin up and down are for turning the presher of the air up and down if you turn it down complety ull turn it off
Posted on Mar 17, 2010
SOURCE: how to replace heater hose
Taurus And Sable - Removal And
CAUTION After disconnecting the negative battery cable, wait for at least 1 minute for the SRS or air bag module to deplete its energy.
SRS bolt covers from both sides of the steering wheel SRS module-to-steering wheel bolts SRS module and disconnect the electrical connector Steering wheel bolt and discard it
Lower steering column shaft bolt 2 lower instrument panel cover-to-instrument panel screws and unsnap the lower cover from the instrument panel
3 steering column shroud screws and the shrouds Shift control selector lever boot Gearshift lever pin from the manual control lever and remove the lever Wiring connector at the bottom of the steering column and remove the wiring from the column, (if equipped with an overdrive lockout switch on the manual control lever) Electrical connectors Multi-function switch screws and move it aside Shift indicator cable from the shifter tube Shifter indicator-to-column adjustment cable screw Interlock cable and actuator (if equipped with a column shift) 4 steering column-to-instrument panel bracket nuts and steering column Push pins and the lower instrument cover from the instrument panel reinforcement (at the passenger-s side) Console finish panel
Electrical connectors and the automatic temperature control sensor hose and elbow, if equipped 6 console center finish panel screws and the panel, (if equipped with a floor shift) 4 instrument panel finish panel screws and panel, located at the right side of the steering column, (if equipped with a column shift) Instrument cluster finish panel-to-instrument panel clips and pull the finish panel straight out 4 instrument cluster-to-instrument panel screws, the electrical connectors and the instrument cluster Upper finish panel (located at the top of the instrument panel) Light sensor amplifier connector, (if equipped with an autolamp) Instrument panel finish end panels on both sides of the instrument panel Front scuff plates and pull the door weatherstrip away from the instrument panel (on both sides of the instrument panel) 3 instrument panel-to-upper cowl top panel screws 2 screws at each end of the instrument panel Instrument panel electrical connectors and the parking brake switch Instrument panel
WARNING Do not attempt to bend any part of the lever, for it is brittle and will break. Heater hoses from the heater core and plug the openings 4 air conditioning electronic blend door actuator-to-heater/air conditioning housing assembly screws and the actuator Metal cover, disengage the spring from the heater core cover and from the lever Gently, depress the locking ramp and remove the lever from the secondary air temperature control door end
Hope helps (remember rated this).
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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