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Lots of water

Ok i have a 92 with the 3.0 high miles... coolant bottle stays full all the time doesnt drain anything... when i put water in through the radiator after running it for 10 to 15 minutes in drive i leak a bunch of just water from somewhere in the back of the motor.. iv mirrored it but ant find it.... also my heat doesnt work worth a damn... eventually the car heats up and i just shut it down... when i say it leaks water i mean probably a gallon or so but its not hot to the touch when its running down... any suggestions on what to look for or do i need to take the intake off and get a better look...

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Temporaraly bypass the heater core to see if you need to replace it all you need to do is disconnect the hoses to the firewall remove one of the hoses from the engine put the end of the remaining hose on the engine fill with coolant to see if it was your heatercore if not it may be a soft plug it would most likely be located behind the head. good luck

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