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That is an interesting question. I experienced this once with a 1995 Taurus and it would sound like the ocean behind the dash on turns. It was a leaking radiator that caused air to get in the system as it leaked. I have also seen the drain plugs clogged for the air box during the summer that collected water due to condensation from the evaporator.
Check the coolant reservoir to see if it is at the correct level and also make sure the air box drain(s) is clear of debris. Although, if the air box is that full with liquid, it usually starts to poor out on the passenger floor so that would give you a better idea of what is happening if that is the case. I hope this gives you some Ideas of how to approach the problem.
Posted on Oct 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 Buick Lesabre
If you smell antifreeze in the vents, you have a bad heater core. If not, it a sign that the coolant system is either low on antifreeze or has a blocked coolant vent passage.
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
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