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My van does not have heat. The floor on the passenger side is damp along the trim. I think its the heater core. How can I be sure?

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The easy way to verify a bad heater core is by using the heater or defroster if the vehicle has antifreeze in it. If it only has water in it when the defrosters are on you will get a steam build up on the window like its getting fogged up. If antifreeze is in the system when the defroster or heater is on the air coming out will have an odor that smells sweet.

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