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I have to empty the radiator...how? I also have to empty the water from the heater...where is that & how do I do it? (yes, I'm a girl...first time ive done this haha)

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Then I suggest you purchase a repair manual for your make year and model car so you can read and refer to it as you under take the task at hand

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I have a 2001 VW Beetle. I started the car and the engine light was blinking and coolant container was empty, added coolant and the next evening the light came on again. I noticed a leak on the front...


look for a leak from the drain hole under the pump housing, if no leak not a water pump
take the car to a radiator specialist shop and have a coolant pressure test done to determine where the leak is
if it has plastic tanks for the radiator , they split with time and leak under pressure and a pressure test will reveal exactly where the leak is unlike a guess

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I have to empty the radiator....how? I also have to empty the water out of the heater...where is the heater & how do i do it? (Yes I'm female & never doe this before but I'll give it a go haha) It's a 2000...


There is usually a drain plug located at the bottom the radiator. Remove it and the antifreeze will start pouring out. Make sure you have at least a 5 gallon bucket under the plug to catch the fluids. as for the water heater it will drain through the radiator. Good luck.

Oct 21, 2013 | 4-Seasons 2000 Chrysler Voyager Fan Motor

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Heating problems its cold out i am 18 year old girl freezeing


you need to first check to see if you have water or coolant in the radiator if level is below the standard level the heater will not fill . means no heat . If the coolant is low there is a leak in the system need to look for coolant on the ground under the car . also look on floor board on the carpet to see if there is coolant . this means the heater radiator is leaking .

Jan 23, 2011 | 1993 Mazda 626

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I have water comming into front footwells and heater smokes turned off heater when car overheated radiator was empty refilled left heater off but still water comming in to front footwells


hi this is your heater matrix inside the car has blown or the hoses have split, unfortunately there is no quick fix for this as it is under the dash and takes allot of time to take it out and replace...hope this helps

May 30, 2010 | 2002 Kia Rio

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Inside vehicle takes long time to warm up.


Yes. Flushing the radiator would be a great first step. Check that your heater core feed and return hoses are not leaking or clogged. If it is still acting up, you may have a clogged or leaking heater core. Good Luck.

Dec 09, 2009 | 1996 Chevrolet Caprice

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I'm flushing my radiator in ford e-350 v8 with 5.4l......has strait water in it now......when i flush I'm trying to figure out where the heater return hose isto flush the core or do I even need to...


when i flush my radiator.i would first drain out all my old antifreeze.fill radiator up with water then put a bottle radiator flush. pour in radiator.then i will crank car up turn on heater wide open allowing radiator flush flush out radiaator and heater core when done i will drain out water. put in more water flush out all radiator flush out engine and radiator.then put back in antifreeze.you dont want to run water hose to heater core it will rupture it water pressure too high.

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When you bypass the heater core the path for the water to go through the core is gone. Correct?, you have connected to engine water line out to the engine water input? thus bypassing the heater core........


No, you just won't have water flow through the heater core, Coolant flows through the engine through the lower radiator hose as the water pump sucks it out of the radiator and pushes it through the engine. It then flows out the top radiator hose when the thermostat opens. It then flows into the radiator to cool off.

Is your heater core leaking?

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Water Leakage and Smell of Coolant when driving and Using Heater


For a car this old It's almost certainly the water pump. You may also look at the rubber water hoses also since they do not last forever either. Do not drive without fluid in the radiator - it will warp the engine header and the engine can seize up.

Mar 19, 2009 | 1996 Toyota Tercel

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1997 sl2 inside heater barely heats


What temp thermostat did U put in????? Check and see what thw manufacture call for you car. Also check to see if any leaves are in your heater box, which is stopping the air flow. Some cars have and air filter on the inlet duct. It could be plugged. Check this out also.
Take the 2-heater hose off where the water goes into the heater coil. Back flush it with your home water hose, the oopposive direction that it normal goes. It can get stop-up. You can also flush your whole system by empting the radiator and put a can of old time comet into the radiator, and fill it also with water, let it run for 1-hour, the empty a,d fill with water 2 more times. Fill it back with antifreeze and go with it. This should clean everthing.

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Leaking from engine


you might have just over looked at it..try to check the radiator hoses,,because if it leaks from the engine you sholud have flooded your engine and it may not start if it had water in it

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