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shut off the water supply !!! look real carefull at direction of leek (not just down) as there is a temp/press valve on side that can leak , that's easy to change but if leak is coming from bottom heater needs to be replaced , quickly b4 it ruptures and dumps all 60 to100 gal of water to your floor !!!!
Check the bellows gasket real carefully for a hole, and make sure the door gasket is good and no problems with how it fits to the front of the machine.
Pull the machine out, and watch it from all angles with any covers off that can be removed without interfering with function. Run a quick rinse and see what leaks.
You will find that the flood switch will be operating due to the leak, it will most likely be from one of 2 places: 1. Around the door seal, Give it a clean and check for splits/damage, and make sure screws on door hinges are tight. 2. Check the rollers that screw onto the inside of the dishwasher cabinet, The screws on these can come loose and cause water to run down into the base, check they are tight. Hopefully this helps.
you most likely need a heater core, the heater box has a drain that is there to drain the condensation from the A/C system if the heater core is leaking the anti frezze will run out the same drain, and not leak on the floor unless the core starts leaking to much foir the draine to handle, the water running noise is there because when you start the engine the heater core is empty because all the coolent has leaked out of it and what you are hearing is the core filling back up....replace the core and it should take care of both problems the noise and the leak....good luck
The water leaking on floor can be a serious issue as this may cause the inside parts to malfunction or in some cases rusting of the body. To check where exactly it is leaking; inspect the leak while it is running. After the cycle is complete quickly turn off the power, lie down the machine on left/right side and check from where the water is leaking. If it is the hose or drain pump then check whether hose is connected firmly and is not cut. If it not the hose/pump inspect if the leak is on the drum corner or anywhere on the upper side of the drum. If it is on upper side that means the drum is cracked and it is a costly affair. However, if it is leaking from the circumference then it is due to transmission seal. To replace the transmission seal you'll need to disassemble the washer and the drum assembly. Please post back in case of any issues. Hope this helps...
Hi , Its leaking water on the passenger rear floor? It could be the heater core leaking and running down the floor board to the rear of the vehical. Do you smell antifreez or see moisture build up on the windshield ? does the car seem more "humid" inside?