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Many sealants used around AC lines going thru the firewall can get old or hot and break down and drip. Some glass sealants will do this also. Locate source of goo, and clean it off with kerosene then replace with clear silicone if possible.
it is the A/C building up codensation because the freon needs a recharge it may blow cold air still but the A/C is overcompensating causing it to build up a frost then melts but iam assuming you are using a/c you didnt say if you were
It is most likely the A/C drain if you have been running your A/C system or have been using your defrosters. (normal operation)
Also, you may want to take a closer look and see if it is dripping from the exhaust. A normal by-product of the chemical reactions going on inside your catalytic converter is H2O. Most exhaust systems on modern automobiles are equipped with drip holes in the resonators and/or mufflers to help prevent severe corrosion of the exhaust system due to the water that is produced..
You can only have 2 issues dripping water onto the passenger floor board. First being a clogged drip line for the ac evaporator. The other is a leaking heater core. Figuring out which one is the issue is fairly easy.
If your vehicle has anti freeze in it when you turn the defrosters on it will smell sweet. If it does you have a leaking heater core. If it does not then the drip line is clogged.
To clear the drip line get under the vehicle and snake the drip line on the firewall. It usually is a 90 degree rubber or plastic piece on the passenger side about a third of the way up the firewall. A leaking heater core means it has to be replaced and not really a job for someone that is not exsperienced.
the winshield wiper water resevoir has a level indicator in the lower portion on the plastic container, and if the fluid is below the sensor turns on the light on the dash. Solution: keep the resevior filled about the sensor, and light will stay out.
Ok take off the windshield wiper arms, then remove the plastic piece under the wipers below the windshield, there is a tray under there and some drain holes, you may have to remove some more plastic pieces once you remove the one below the windshield (some models are slightly different) clear out all the tree leaves and pine needles and such from the tray there are drain holes in the enter, and on each end push a long flexable rod down carefully or compressed air really works the best this is you problem it needs to be done every few years or more often if you park under trees.
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The heater core would be the only cause of the souce of water drippng when you add to the cooling system. Check your heater core to heater hose connections first. Do the simple stuff before embarking on a "fantastic voyage". You may just have a slightly cracked hose as well.