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1998 Chevy Silverado water leak

Not from the usual source, this time its from the heater hoses that go into the cab. Easy fix to replace the hoses?

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Yea a very easy fix
even the parts stor can tell you what size and length also get new hose clamps

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The a/c and heating systems on cars today are pretty complex. 10 years ago replacing the thermostat usually did the trick, but today there are electric motors that operate the "blend doors" inside the dash…directing air flow from the heater core and A/C evaporator core to the cab of the vehicle. Always start by checking the actual coolant level inside the radiator itself to make sure it is full.

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