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Anti freeze is deposited on my windshield when heat is turned on

Anti freeze is depositing on my windshield when heat is turned on, even if the defroster is not engaged.

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You may have a leak in the heater core or the hoses to the heater core located under the dash. check to see if there is any moisture under your dash in the carpeting.fix the leak, and you will fix the cause of antifreeze on the windshield.

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