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Old 04-25-2011, 12:46 PM
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i have the same problem, is fixed when i put water in the radiator. but i think is something else. because my temperature never get to the midle of the gauge, someone can helpme
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bump to the top

I have the same sound at start up and water on the pas side floor when I using the a/c.
PO said he replaced the heater core.

some where said it may be air trapped in the coolant system. but what could the leak be from?
i may have to take the dash out
Well I woke up Sunday morning,
With no way to hold my head that didn't hurt.

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My '99 Ram made that 'sloshing' water noise when I first got it. It was just low on coolant. The noise was the coolant/air passing through the heater core. I filled the radiator and overflow tank to correct levels and the noise went completely away.

My water pump leaks, so I'm constantly adding coolant to my system.

As for the A/C issue: I would agree that either the evaporator is icing over because the system is low on freon or because of the orifice tube.

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