Question about 1997 Pontiac Grand Am
Ok most cars you wont see a physical drip because the box is sealed to the firewall it will run out the drain hole the same as the ac if bad enough they will leak down the insulation right to the floor board running pure water will cause rust but rarly causes the heater core to blow what you arre looking for is the problem that started it all why she was adding water to begin with you didnt mention the type of car and motor so i really cant get into diagnostic procedures you can bypass the heater core on most cars if it is using that much water you propably have a blown head gasket that will make the heater core blow let me know the type of car and I will help you diagnose it further
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
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