The heater is leaking coolant.
The fuel cap release, for a Chevrolet Tahoe, is located on the floor next to the drivers seat. Pull the lever up to release the cap.
how does the heater controls work on a 2004 chev trk my controler does not change from the floor to the front duck or to the def .and were is the broken unit place in the dash
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It is probably the heater coil. When it stops working water from the radiator goes back through a hose and when it overfills it emptys into the passenger side floor. You can replace the heater coil or bypass the hoses. Second option will cause heater to stop working.
Sounds like your heater core is bad and your engine is low on coolant
Sounds like the heater core is leaking!
heater core leaking
The 2010 Chevrolet Equinox has .
As long as you buy a floor heater that was made recently, you should be okay. If you were to buy an old used floor heater, I would be cautious. Whenever you use a floor heater however, you need to put it in a safe place and never leave it on if you go out of the house.
1) a damaged floor pan . 2) a rusted floor pan . 3) it's not coming from outside, the heater core is leaking.
coolant on the floor
They are placed on the floor because heat rises. If the heater was up high, the ceiling would be nice and warm, while the walls and floor would be cold.They are placed on the floor because heat rises. If the heater was up high, the ceiling would be nice and warm, while the walls and floor would be cold.
It should blow through the floor vents. Modern vehicles generally use movable baffles in there HVAC systems, to direct air flow where the controls indicate. If the controls allow airflow to the floor, but nothing flows out, there is a malfunction between the control switch and the actuator that directs the flow.
check your heater core / hoes for leaks Bill C
heater core may be leaking or hole in floor
Probably, although it might be a heater hose. You will have to access the core in either case. If it smells like anti freeze then you may have a leak. If it is water then check your windshield seal. I have seen water leak down through the window post to the floor.
under the plastic trim at the passenger side in the cargo area. After removing lots of plastic trim with mostly push-clips and 2 or 3 screws, you'll see the heater/AC assembly. On it, you'll see 2 identical motors. One controls a flapper door to send air to the ceiling or the floor (the forward one), and the other controls a flapper door that sends air over the evaporator or the heater core.
your switch cable might be broke you will have to remove your dash
the heater core is leaking
Leaking heater core
Your heater core may have a leak.
Crack in the heater core