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hi is water or coolant that is leaking .if its coolant leaking your heater core needs to be replaced .put if its water leaking all you have is clogged water drain . to fix open hood on the passenger side fire wall is a small "L" shaped hose that comes out of the fire wall and not connected too anything clear hose BEFORE PUTTING HANDS BY FIRE WALL &ENGINE MAKE SHORE ENGINE IS OFF AND COLD . IF NOT YOU CAN GET INJURED
Your power brake booster has gone bad, wont hold vacum the seal has gone bad, thats why you hear air and brake pedal is hard, booster sit under hood on drivers side fire wall, master cylinder bolts up to it, replacement is the only fix, unit can not be repair.
look under the car there are plugs located in the floor look to see if the plug has rotted , the ac condenser still condenses water even if it is not turned on check to see if the drain on the fire wall(located on the fire wall passenger side towards the bottom)is plugged with mud or debris, if it is not plugged the heater/ac unit shell may be cracked allowing water to seep, also check around the front window for leaks.
you need to clear the AC condensation drain tube, it is located under the car on the passenger side at bottom of engine fire wall, u will have to get under the car to see it, use a coat hangar to clear it.
Do this test, bypass your heater core by removing both hoses and connect them together with a small threaded pipe coupling and then worm gear clamp them on to the coupling. Be sure to mark one of then with a tye wrap so you will know if its top/bottom/left or right. Then run it a few days and routinely check for leaks if there are'nt any more leaks then you either had a small hair line tear or crevice corrosion at one of the hoses at the fire wall or there is a small leak just inside the fire wall on the heater core. When reinstalling the hoses cut a 1/4 of a inch off of them and then reinstall and recheck for the leak. If you still see it then its internal then there is the real pain of changing the heater core. Good Luck :?) DRRXR