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Every time I get into my car I notice a pool of water in the floor since Valentine's day. I try turning on the heater to dry it out but it just be more water the next time I get in the car. I think the heater core my be out but its just odd that the water is on the driver side.

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  • angela_m_wil Feb 26, 2009

    The rubber moulding around the door seem to be fine. There's no rips or tears in it.

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Check the rubber bordering around the driver door it may be leaking.

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