It could also be the seal between the window frame and body. Mine leaks pretty bad there. Though, that only happens when driving during rain and a decent speed, it has to be pushed up under the rubber.
Thanks for all the advice. It was the cowl drain tube. That thing was loaded with mud. I guess the previous owner liked to mud ride and not do the maintenance needed to mud ride. So now could anyone help me out with this heater issue? Everything seems to function properly as far as the vent opening and closing. I've never had problems with any sign of overheating. It just want even get warm when I switch it over to heat. Any ideas of what I need to be looking for?
First off are the hoses connected (not bypassed)?? You may have a blockage has it been flushed??? If it has does the heater control panel and the cables function like they are supposed?? So few things to look at and does your temp run at 210 like it should??
Motor runs at 210 and I just replaced the radiator hoses and flushed the whole system. Vent opens and closes. Cables function fine. I'm thinking it might be the core. How would I know this for certain. U hate to spend the money on the part and this not be it.
Like I said prior I had the same issue and so I put in a better core, didn't know if it would fix it but figured if I was putting in a better aftermarket then ill chalk it up as an improvement rather than a repair, but luckily it was the repair AND an upgrade so basically WINNING!!!
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