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Davo1989

Help Sloshing Sound

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Hi I just brought a 03 Ford feista fusion and when I start it up I can hear water in the dash on the passenger side the coolent level is fine and the door holes are clear from blockage any ideas? Is this nomal? Many thanks

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It's possible the drain holes are blocked under the cowel where the wipers are etc. and it's collecting inside and not draining through to the underside. People don't clear the dead leaves and crud that collects under the bonnet so it breaks down goes through the holes as sludge and blocks them.

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Hi buddy iv done that but no luck

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So can the rain water drain out through the bottom of the car ok?

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Can you tell where it sounds like it's coming from? Wonder why it makes the noise when starting up? Sure it's not radiator water circulating? Does it slosh around when cornering etc?

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Sloshing on start up sounds like an airlock in the cooling system

Sent from my GT-I9300 using Ford OC mobile app

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It sounds like it's coming from the heaters

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How do I get air locks out buddy?

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There are a few guides on the net if you feel like DIY or get your local garage to do it.

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Ok what do I need to do buddy

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What's the top hose for the heater system buddy?

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