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Water is getting inside of car on passenger side. and i think it effected the radio and heating/cooling system.

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The coolant hose going into the heater core gets leak at the clamp end. Need to replace this piece of hose. This sounds simple, but it is not uncomplicated. There are 2 hoses coming in and going out from the heater. You can make a loop to bypass the coolant going to the heater core to eliminate the leak. However, do this way you won't have the heater at all.

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Why is it blowing warm on and off on the driver side and blowing cool on the passenger side?


Here's is a little background and a couple of thoughts. Turning to the background, first. The heater/air conditioner system in your 02 uses the same set of ducts located in the instrument panel. In turn, those ducts are linked to what can be considered miniature version of the cooling system in the engine compartment (yes, this is a greatly simplified version). The whole system, in fact, is run off the main heater/ac system, however, it has a separate series of controls so that it can function properly.

When you dial a temperature, a signal is sent to the heater/cooling system telling the system to open a series of baffles, directing a flow of heated or cooled anti-freeze/coolant to the proper "radiator" behind the face of the instrument panel. In turn, the fan system activates a series of doors behind the instrument panel so that the flow of air is directed through the "radiator" and into the passenger compartment. This is essentially the heater/cooling system work.

Now, you say that the driver's side is hot, while the passenger side is cool. What has happened is that the flow of heated coolant that is supposed to heat the passenger side of the duct system is blocked. Since there is no heat to warm the air that is flowing past the fins of the "radiator," the flowing air remains cool to cold, depending on the weather and ambient temperature. The result is that one side of the car remains cool. And, since the other side of the "radiator" is normal and the air is heated, it is warmed.

That is the most likely explanation for this.

Another possibility is that the baffles themselves are stuck and the coolant that is supposed to be directed to the passenger side is not being directed their.

Either way, your technician has some work ahead.

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If the car overheats also, replace thermostat.Could be heater core needs to be replaced, Any water on passenger side floor?, or smell of coolant?or are windows misty on inside of car?when you slide control from cool to heat it is supposed to close a door that lets in cold air, make sure thats working, usually you can hear it shut. lastly, check water pump. You do have enough coolant in system right?

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Passenger side coolant leak


I'd have to see it in person to comment. The water pump is on the passenger side of the van.
A mechanic would fill the cooling system then pressure test it for leaks.

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94 plymouth vouyager is starting to over heat when driving for more then 10 mins


This leaking on the passenger side sounds like possibly the water pump. I THINK that this is a cross-mounted engine, with the drive belt on the passenger side. If so, it is almost certainly the water pump leaking. Get a flashlight and a small inspection mirror and search around under the water pump drive pulley for signs of water dripping. If no water is found there, it probably is not the pump. Have you checked the cooling fans for proper operation? Tested the temperature sender that controls the cooling fan?

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I just found my floormats and floorboard soaking wet, can you explain?


on the passenger side? if it is the passenger side is your heat exchanger carrying the coolant that is used to regulate the cabin temperature. it is under the dash. Usually what happens is that the condenser (heat exchanger) the drain hose coming thru the firewall inside the engine compartment (passenger side) clogs not letting drain the water removed from the cabin during the AC cooling process. then the water start to bleed thru the joints of the box enclosing the heat exchanger. the solution is to blow or vacuum the protruding drain hose to clear the water path.

Now if the soaking carpet smell like coolant the problem is different.

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Where is the fuel filter located on 98 Foed Escort? Where is the drain hole located because I'm getting water on the inside of the car from under the dashboard?


you can find fuel filters near fuel tank under car or close to the carberator under bonnet. Sometimes the easy way to find is to start where fuel enters engine and carefully follow it backwards.Hope this helps.Good luck.

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Car overheating no heat coming from vents just cold air


NO heat because there is no coolant flowing throught the heaster core. Car is overheat since there is no coolant circulating in engine water jacket.
Check the coolant, if it is low, then check the oil level. If oil level is high then the head gasket is blown so coolant gets into the engine therefore there is not enough coolant to cool the engine.
If the oil level is OK and coolant level is OK then Need to check 3 following things:
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-Bad water pump is not pumping coolant so there is no coolant circulating to disipate the heat.
-Bad radiator blocks the coolant flow from top to bottom radiator.
Good luck.

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