Question about 2004 Chevrolet Impala
I have a 2004 Chevy Impala SS and the other day I noticed fluid leaking inside on the floor of the passenger's side. I have been asking around and am led to believe that it is my heater core that needs to be replaced. I am aware that I can do this myself, I would like to know what tools I would need and the steps to complete this process.
Before you go thru that expense. If it is water leaking,check the evaporator. Sometimes it gets plugged with debris. So first, decide if it is water or anti-freeze. Also, I have taken the heater hoses off of the inside of the motor area and flushed the core out. It works on some.
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