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Can get it the heatercore out

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2002 kia sedona is loosing coolant.....within 2 days after filling the reservoir to FULL, it went a little more than halfway down to low . No leaking on ground. Sometimes smell coolant inside van after...


The heater core is leaking into the heaterbox under the dash. Which is why you smell antifreeze/coolant inside. After a while (if left go too long) you'll notice antifreeze on the floor/carpet and possibly running out from under the vehicle as it flows out of the drain for the air conditioner (the heaterbox has a drain in it to let out the moisture produced by the a/c)

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Losing coolant about 1.5 Lt per short trip , had heat now I have very little even on high , I'm thinking heater core ??? Not sure where on a 93 is the core??? It's a 1.3 thanks


The core is located inside the heaterbox, this is located inside under the dash but i would locate the leak first, a bad heatercore will leak inside the carpet or leak out the drain, if its full of coolant then you may have other problems, try reving the engine and see if the heat gets hotter, this may be due to a bad thermostat or plugged core, the core can be flushed with a waterhose, remove the hoses going to the heater core and use the hose to flush it, go a few times both ways to flush out, but you still have the coolant loss problem, you will have to preasure test the cooling system and look for a leak, hopefully it not bruning it, it exhaust gets into the cooling system it will cause loss of heat depending on how big a leak and would explain the coolant loss, theres a test that can be done to see if its exhaust entering the cooling system. hope this helps, good luck.

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You have a bad actuator motor, this car has daul zones, one for pass and the other for driver, there are two actuaTOR motors that control the door for heat or cold air the driverside is bad, this is located on the heaterbox, heres a picture of it but take note there are about four of these motors you will need to move all controls until you find the one that doesnt move then that will be your bad one it should be in the center of the heaterbox,ab232dc.jpg

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Dual Temp on 2000 Dodge Caravan


Sounds like a "mode" door issue. Either the door is broken or the motor that operates it is faulty. There are very few wiring issues with these motors, so I'd guess the door motor. Unfortunatly, the door is located inside the heaterbox and is not accessable without dash and heaterbox removal. This is a job for a qualified technician as the a/c system must be drained first. If the problem is a motor, then some are accessable by removing the panels aound the heaterbox. Listen for the door movements while operating in a quiet setting. You should be able to hear the door move if the motor is operating. Listen close, it's quiet.
Hope this helps, let me know if I can do more.

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