Question about 1996 Volvo 850
Hot water inside the car driver side
Sounds like your heater core, that's the only hot water/coolant in your car. The heater core is what gives you heat in the winter by the air flowing through the coils. It circulates the water that runs through the engine and will have a coloring to it. Its probably on the inside of the dash and is always a pain to fix. If you don't know much about cars your are gonna have to take it somewhere, or get a friend to bypass it, but then you wont have heat in the winter. :(
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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