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Before cars and trucks were built with the ability to cool their interiors, they had the ability to heat them. The engine of your Oldsmobile 98 constantly pumps and turns a mixture of water and ethylene glycol through the engine block in order to absorb the heat it generates, and sends this liquid to the heater core (a small radiator) through a heater supply hose when you want to warm your vehicle's cabin. This heater core is almost always installed on the passenger side of the firewall, and you can find a couple of hoses leading to it. To make a long story short, your Oldsmobile 98 heater core acts like a radiator; in that it uses the engine coolant to emit heat for the blower motor to propel into the inside of the car.
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