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    Coolant smell in cabin

    95 convert, ocassionally getting coolant smell in the cabin. No rhyme or reason, lasts 15-20 seconds then goes away. Very stong but thankfully doesn't last long.

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    Usually not good


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    Re: Usually not good

    Many times indicates a heater core leak and that's a laborious job. Feel around down in the footwells for any kind of wetness, if so, not good.

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    Re: Coolant smell in cabin

    check heater valve in engine compartment. Perhaps leaking there too. Much easier (on a relative basis) than heater core.

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