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Is the heater hooked up on the firewall, is there a diagram? It leaks steam inside the car and out.

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It sounds like the heater core is bad. look inside the engine compartment at the firewall on the passenger side toward the middle there should be two hoses about the size of a garden hose going into the passenger compartment. more than likely you will need to remove the dash to get to and replace the heater core. If you are not very familiar with this type of work it is probably something better left to a mechanic. yes they can be expensive I know but I always ask myself is my weekend worth the cost to have them replace it or do i want to spend days trying to do it myself.

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