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Water is leaking from the floor vents what could be the proble?


Check your heater radiator. It is usually mounted behind/near the glove box areas on most cars. It is like a small version of the large radiator that is mounted on the front of your vehicle under the hood. Antifreeze and coolant (does it smell a little like antifreeze?) flows thru your front radiator, thru the block and hoses, and cycles thru the radiator for your heating system. If the radiator is leaking, often it cycles thru the vents on the interior.
Another possibility MIGHT be the AC system and condensation/AC coolant that is building up in/on the lines and transferring thru the vents.

Aug 18, 2014 | 1999 Buick LeSabre

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Do I need to hook the AC condenser back up in my 04 ford focus zts 2.3l being my buddy cut lines when removing my old radiator


No u don\'t have to as long as you don\'t mind sweating. Your buddy didn\'t have to cut any lines as they are bolted on in most cases. Hopefully the lines are cut where you can get a couple compression fitting and hook them back up if you want air conditioning.

May 27, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Anti freeze leak I hear hissing sound under neath fuel injection system


could be leaking at the top radiator hose going to thermostat, that is a hard spot to see leak remove the air filter and air filter housing look below throttle body you see thermostat housing, check for leaks around thermostat housing gasket and check for leak at the top radiator hose going to radiator and thermostat.if all is good check all radiator hoses for leaks check small coolant lines going to throttle body for leaks and check make sure bleeder screw on thermostat housing not loose it will leak also check around radiator and water pump heater bypass metal lines for leaks.

Sep 10, 2012 | 1999 Chevrolet Lumina

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2002 Lexus es300 electrical cooling fan shuts on and off with ac on


Hi Dennis, When the AC is selected an additional cooling fan should cut in to cool the additional requirements of the condenser radiator, mounted in front of the radiator cooling the engine. If the operation of the AC fan is intermittent the most probable cause is a defective control relay or a loose connection. The relays are easy to find, being in a housing usually marked on top of the outside. Regards John

Jul 21, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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Want to know how to remove and install a radiator in a chrysler pacifica 2005


Facing car right hand side lower radiator remove drain plug on cold engine. If your radiator is bad the hoses are old to cut hoses off one top one lower. Have a shop discharge AC.Remove fan connectors.Remove the front fascia (the front of the car blocking the radiator from coming out. The painted part like you got hit in the front and had to replace the front cover) Remove AC lines. Remove transmission cooler lines. Remove push pins holding top plate on radiator. Remove right and left push pin brackets.Remove AC condenser side brackets.Lift up condenser and set back down in front of radiator.Lift radiator out and remove cooler and fan Assembly.If you want the original antifreeze go to dealer or Napa Zerex G5 same thing was 15 a gallon takes 1 and a 1/4 gallons + distilled water 50/50 Sounds like a lot of fun let me know how long it takes

Dec 12, 2011 | 2005 Chrysler Pacifica

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AC stoped work after giving the vehicel for garge for painting any idea ?what could be the cause ?


Take a look at the radiator. If there is no paint over-spray on the radiator the paint shop most likely removed it for painting. In the process of radiator removal all the coolant would have been either dumped or recovered. Additionally if the radiator was NOT removed look at the rigid AC lines around the radiator. They may have dinged one with a sander and punched a hole in the line. Usually leaks are easy to find as the tubing will have oil on it where the hole is. IF you find a rigid AC line or fitting anywhere in the engine compartment with what looks like oil on it, that is where the leak is. Other things to look for is the electrical connector for the AC clutch. Make sure that the connectors are connected to the clutch and to the pressure switch on the system expansion tank just behind the radiator. It will have a clear window that the internal hole is about the size of a paper punch dot. On top of that there is a pressure switch that must be connected. Make sure that connector is connected.
My thoughts on what to check.....or what could be the problem.
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Aug 04, 2011 | Mitsubishi Minivan Cars & Trucks

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Where is the accumulator/dryer on my car the part I beleive it is should be a small aluminum container with a line in and another out. anybody have a picture I could use to reference this 2004 civic sir or...


LOOK AT THE AC COMPRESSOR FOLLOW THE LOW PRESSURE LINE ON AC COMPRESSOR THE LINE WILL TAKE YOU TO THE ACCUMULATOR.LOOK ON DRIVER SIDE DOWN BELOW RADIATOR YOU WILL SEE ACCUMULATOR.HAVE DEALERSHIP DISCHARGE AC SYSTEM BEFORE REMOVING ANY AC PARTS.THE AC SYSTEM STILL UNDER HIGH REFRIGERANT PRESSURE DANGEROUS IF OPEN ANY LINES ON SYSTEM.THE REFRIGERANT CAUSE BLINDNESS IF GET IN YOUE EYES.THAT WHY HAVE SYSTEM DISCHARGED AT DEALERSHIP FIRST.

Jul 15, 2010 | 2004 Honda Civic

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Need to replace ac condensor on 1999 taurus how do you do it


If your AC system is empty...The condenser is in front of the radiator.
1. Use ramps or jacks or a lift to raise the car so you can work under it.
2. remove the splash guard under the radiator.
3. Remove the bolts holding the tranmission cooling lines. These also may also hold the bottom of the condenser on the AC line side. Move the cooling lines away from the AC lines.
4. Remove the nuts holding the AC lines to the condenser. You may have to hold the fittings with a vise wrench to prevent bending the pipes.
5. Remove the other lower condenser bolt and use the access holes to remove the top bolts holding the condenser.
6. Lower the condenser out.
Reverse procedure to install the new condenser.

If you have the correct tools, this is a fairly easy job.

May 28, 2010 | 1999 Ford Taurus

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I bought a sensor for the ac because it wont throw cold air, i dont seem to find were it goes. they told me it was next to the radiator but still cant find. please help


if it is near the radiator it must be a high side clutch cut out or highside fan switch/follow small ac line/hose out of ac compresor ,it should go to condenser the witch is probley in that line

Jun 30, 2009 | 2006 Lincoln Zephyr

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95 lincoln continental


Hey take a look @ the lines coming from the bottom of the radiator . Tighten both lines @ each end of the radiator to stop leaks ... Also while your under there check to see if your oil sensor is leaking right on to your exhaust ... causing a lil smoke by the drip .

Nov 23, 2008 | 1995 Lincoln Continental

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