Question about Mitsubishi Diamante
You most likely have residual coolant coating the inside of the heater AC ducts, give it time it should vaporize and go away, also are you sure the leak has been fixed, it is easy to damage a heater core when installing new one, they are very fragile.
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
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