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Coolant leak 1991 mazda navajo

I have coolant leak from 1991 navajo 4.0 L. I think it's coming from heater core

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If you smell antifreeze ,and belive me youll know its antifreeze ,inside the car or the windshield will fog up when defrost is on ,you have bad heater core

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Hi I have a 96 eldorado and I have a leak problem. A few days ago when my girl friend was driving my car she called me up and said that the car was blowing smoke on the dash board. I took the car home and...


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Replacing the heater core in 2000 mazda b3000


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