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I would first check in the cab on the floor just under the heater to make sure there isn't any antifreeze leaking there. Check the resovour and make sure is isn't over full. If leaking in the cab the heater core is bad. You may have to drop the heater core housing which is not very easy. Check around the heater hoses very carefully for any slight leaks. Good luck.
You will need to clean under the car and then run car and turn wheel a few times then shut it down and try to find the leak, its got to be a hose or the metal return line is rotted and leaking, in some cases it may also be the power steering pump that leaks, after cleaning the old oil you will be able to pinpoint the leak better.
i think you have a water leak inside the vehicle ,first step is to find the drain from the heater unit ,passenger side coming through firewall is a rubber hose that hangs down ,make sure the bottom of the hose is clean
if you have a puddle of water on your floorboard and you dont know where its coming from that would most likely be your problem because the same thing happened to my cavalier and i had to replace it its in the plastic shroud behind the middle console towards the bottom and the 2 heater core hoses you can see if you pop your hood and look behind the motor around the area where your rack and pinion is they arent hard 2 miss theyre 2 small hoses right next to each other and theyre easier to get off from underneath the car