its pouring out of a valve located directly left and up of the exhaust manifold, the car has a fan with a manual switch on it, and the coolant only comes out when the fan is running. not sure what it is but through research, it could possibly be a heater core problem, input would be greatly appreciated
my coolant is pouring out of a valve. on 1993 Chevrolet Corsica
by goodguygreg in Dover, DE on March 16, 2012
2 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by freshapple , March 16, 2012
Does the car have heat inside the cabin? If so, then it might be the junction where a cooling hose connects onto the heater core where it passes through the firewall.
COMMENT by goodguygreg , March 17, 2012
it was the heater core. i had to completely remove it, thanks to the haynes manual, it was a cinch. now i have to buy the replacement, how long can i run the 2 hose together without causing a terrible amount of damage?
ANSWER by patrick mannion , March 16, 2012
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