WHY IS THERE RADIATOR SMELLING WATER ON THE PASSENGER SIDE FLOOR? CHECK THE DETAILS...

2000 Subaru Outback

Tiny

hmbsrfer

November, 30, 2011 AT 4:43 AM

After the car runs 2 minutes there is a gurgling/bong rip sound behind the dash on passenger side. I can't see the water dripping or running, but it's very damp on the pass floor mat. After a few minutes of gurgling, the sound goes away completely. Any help or input much appreciated. I just got the car used and found this problem. Thanks.

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Tiny

rivermikerat

November, 30, 2011 AT 5:01 AM

Heater core is leaking.
HEATER UNIT
NOTE: Includes heater core.
Removal
Disconnect ground cable from battery. Remove air cleaner case. Release heater hose clamps in
engine compartment to remove the hoses.
1.
Remove the A/C unit. See A/C UNIT. Using a Torx(R) wrench, remove the AIRBAG control
unit. See Fig. 9.
2.
3. Disconnect AIRBAG main harness connector, near steering support beam. See Fig. 10.
4. Loosen support beam bolts and nuts and remove support beam. Disconnect servo connector.
5. Remove heater unit bolts and nuts and remove heater unit. See Fig. 11.
Installation
To install, reverse removal procedures.
Fig. 9: Identifying Airbag Control Unit
Courtesy of SUBARU OF AMERICA, INC.
Fig. 10: Locating Airbag Main Harness Connector
Courtesy of SUBARU OF AMERICA, INC.
Fig. 11: Locating Heater Unit Bolts
Courtesy of SUBARU OF AMERICA, INC.

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