water leaks

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Asked by Apr 09, 2011 at 10:43 PM about the 1971 Ford Ranchero

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

does anybody knows how to fix a water leak problem under dash of a 1971 ranchero? it is not through the windshield seal or front . please help!

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put a heater core in it

3,185

you could check your windshield wiper pivots , they each have a gasket with 2 or three bolts

165

check the winshield waper dip...thats the dip under the wiper arms,, its got a drain hole in it,, the tube could be pluged ot it could be rotted off at the boddom if its the heater core youll have a wet spot under the heater pod drivers side neer the fire wall.

165

also the wiper pivets dont even enter the car so thats not it,,,

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Hard to tell unless you get underneath the dash and find where it's leaking from it could be a wiper/seal like stated above or rust due to it being a bit old. Good luck, a good sealant is your friend in this case.

definitly the haeter core or the hose going to it, an easy fix

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