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Same with me so i flushed it and bypassed it but i live in Texas and don't drive it much in the winter.I flushed my coolant this summer and am not loosing any that I can tell. However now that it has gotten cooler I have used the heat and get an antifreeze odor. I dont see any leaks anywhere. Heater core? Hard to replace?
Lots of write ups, and probably videos too, but there are also some shortcuts if you read through them.I flushed my coolant this summer and am not loosing any that I can tell. However now that it has gotten cooler I have used the heat and get an antifreeze odor. I dont see any leaks anywhere. Heater core? Hard to replace?
I didn't remove anything I didn't absolutely have to. I know some replace the evaporator so you don't have to tear apart a second time. It was a long time ago, but I do remember capping the AC lines after I unhooked them. It worked fine when I put it all back together.Were you able to replace the heater core without removing the evaporator? I'm staring down the barrel of this job right now also...
I'm having the same symptoms inside my Jeep. I'm also getting an oily haze that collects on the windshield when the vents are blowing warm air. Switching over to the defrost setting will overcome this condition after what seems like an eternity. The swamp-like atmosphere has been going on for a couple weeks now and I've recently developed a tiny coolant drip collecting in the passenger side foot well. After finally deciding to face the music, I proceeded to bypass the heater core - all the problems have now been solved. Except I created a new problem... no heat.Sounds like that is what is going on then. It is not a daily driver and it is driven less in cooler weather so I will see how long I can stand it.