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We have no heat or even air coming on in our 1996 plymoth neon there is also water leaking from under the passenger side dash board were the heater core is can you help please thanx

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    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    Sure sounds like heater core may be leaking . It will not be an easy job, are you experienced enough to try it, or are you asking for advice on confirming the problem ? Ist question I need to ask, is your coolant level in bottle & rad going down all the time?

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These guys are retarded, could be the fuse, could be the relay, could be the fan control unit, could be the resistor, could be the fan motor itself. if the heater core was leaking, you would still have heat, you would just smell coolant, if it was leaking enough to not have heat you would see it on your floorboard.

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You'll have to remove the whole dash to find out where its leaking from. You'll have to take care of the leak before anything.

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Hello, sounds like your heater core sprung a leak. If your blower motor isn't turning on then it's possible water shorted out your blower and caused a fuse to blow or worse fried the blower motor.

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