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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Honestly I wouldn't attempt to do this unless your a trained automotive technician, hub bearings are... a b#&ch without the right tools
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Check your radiator fluid level, if it is low it is a good chance your heater core or the hose to the heater core has a leak. The heater core is a small version of a radiator which has the air from the blower blow across it to force warm air into the cabin of the vehicle. You will need to probe under the passenger's dash to locate the leak.
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