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Hi All,

I've noticed that as i'm driving and make a turn, accelerate, or break, I often get a sloshing or gurgling sound from under the dash in passenger footwell area. I assume this is coming from the heater core. My question is, should I be concerned? I am currently troubleshooting an A/C problem, but the heater works fine. Thanks in advance.
 

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Heater core is in the center of the dash
May be water in the condenser pan or the drain
That is located above the passenger foot well
 

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Time to clean your A/C drains.
Yes, do check this!

Also, the 1995 MY shares the D1 heater core, and if your HVAC system is in top shape, and no air in the system, you could swap the hoses at the inlet/outlet of the heater core. This was a late-1990’s dealer campaign to address customer complaint of “coolant sloshing sounds”.
 

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Yes, do check this!

Also, the 1995 MY shares the D1 heater core, and if your HVAC system is in top shape, and no air in the system, you could swap the hoses at the inlet/outlet of the heater core. This was a late-1990’s dealer campaign to address customer complaint of “coolant sloshing sounds”.
Awesome, thanks.


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