Question about 1990 Toyota Celica
VIN/CHASSIS: JT764ST J400054598 - SEDAN
NO, you need to replace the water heater to stop it from leaking and whatever hoses that need replacing from inside....otherwise you going to keep losing coolant excessively.
Posted on Jan 20, 2013
No you shouldn't plug the hose. Its the feed to the heater core. Sounds like you need to replace the heater core.
Posted on Jan 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: convertible leaks
Look for a plugged drain at both rear side panels. Water from the top can enter the car, but it is then discharged out thru drains. If the drains are clogged, you will have this problem. Same for any other Toyota convertible.
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
wow, sounds like fin. but you actually can take apart the door inside the car. it would be a b#$%(, but i'm not sure you have a choice. unscrew the handle in the appropriate places, remove plugs if you have to. the door is in with clips. you can remove the door cover by prying it away slowly with a long screw driver or nail bar. be careful, but also use force, it isn't easy and you might stop b/c you're afraid of breaking something, it sounds bad when they pop too, you might break the clips or the door panel, but that's the way of the world.
once you remove the door panel it will likely be obvious what the problem is. has the car ever been in a accident? have you shut the door on the belt alot?
hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
That water is condensation from your air conditioning. It should collect in a tray and have a rubber tube that goes throught the firewall so the water can drip our under the car. If the tube becomes clogged with debris that works it's way down from the defroster intake it will back up and drip on the car floor. We use compressed air to blow back through the tube while the car is on the lift - then all the water comes pouring out!
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
nothing try back flushing heater core, they clog up due to litle water preasure,you might want to flush cooling system if you already havent, hope this hleps.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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