Q: I bypassed heater core hoses on 2006 dodge caravan passenger floorboard still wet

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I bypassed heater core hoses four of them why passenger floorboard still wet hot water?

My car has 111000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

You may have left over coolant inside the heater core that will still leak out onto the flood until the core is empty. You can blow air into the open heater core lines in engine compartment to get out excessive coolant in the core.

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