Yep, sure enough, carpet is wet, with visible signs of antifreeze on the
bottom of the heater box. I tightened up the heater hoses, but it didn't
looks like I have to replace the heater core--
Its most likely the beginning signs of a heater core failing. I had the
same problem with my '71 T/A. The heater core didn't leak enough to make
a mess or smell but it would condense water on the windshield.
Have fun changing a heater core. They aren't much fun on a 1st or 2nd gen
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