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This is usually associated with a leak in the heater core. Only proper solution is to replace the heater core. Suggest getting a service manual from local automotive parts store if you want to do it yourself. Usually lots of hidden screws that the book will give you the correct procedure to follow. Or pay someone else to do the repair. Repair manuals usually run less than $40.
how about a new alternator ,the old one is not really repairable for the home owner ,start engine and then disconnect battery if engine keeps running then its the battery if it stops then its the alternartor