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  • Anonymous Oct 01, 2009

    where the water goes in theres a pipe runs off to back that is leaking i stoped straight away the knocking started later i started it and o thumping came from top of engin which speeds up with reves

  • Anonymous Oct 01, 2009

    the water seems to be coming from pipe an not in engin as oil is fine an the level thanks for help

  • Anonymous Oct 01, 2009

    sorry its a rear heater the pipe runs too nowt to do with ac i have it in garrage who say head gone thank you so much



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Not sure if i understand everything, the ac,will drain condensation water under the car,that a sure sighn that its working properly,the air conditioning system has almost nothing to do with the engine and the coolant system,directly,it runs off a belt powered by the engine,if you overheated your engine ,bad enough,meaning that the second you noticed the car was hot you didnt immeaditly pull over and shut it down,or even if you may not have been soon enough,remove the oil fill cap look at the bottom of it for sighns of antifreeze or water,brown milky substance looks like choclate milk,

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Testimonial: "thank you it was a pipe that runs to back of car any dionostics"

  • Anonymous Oct 01, 2009

    is it a rubber hose going to heater core?



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