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Antifreeze leaking in from under the dashboard on the passenger s

1989 Chevy Blazer...have antifreeze leaking from the firewall on passenger side on the floor from the dasboard. Any idea as if this is a hose that is bad or loose?

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The heater core is leaking and the coolant in the car is coming from the heater core box,it leaks out the seams in the corner,I dont recommend ant kind of sealers cause they can make problems if not used properly,its quite a big job for a do it yourslefer bet with time money and patience it can be done.have a good day DB

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