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Leaking coolant majorly on passenger side all hoses tight

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The heating radiator from inside of the car could have a leak if you say that all hoses seems ok.

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Heater hose or heater core. Also check the recovery tank and see if it backing up. May need to change thermostat

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There is coolant leaking on the floor mat of the passenger side. It is coming from under the dashboard and I can't seem to figure out where it is coming from. Please help!


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Heater takes to long to get hot and water is dripping form dashboaerd on passenger side i have a 2000 grand jeep cherokee


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