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When i turn on the heat i get water in the floor

I get water in floor when heat is on

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Check for lose hose fittings and holes in the heater core /tanks

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Water is leaking from the bottom on the floor not sure where it is coming from, and it is not drying went a few days without using the ac thinking maybe the ac had something to do with this issue.

I had a Mazda 626 that was leaking water/antifreeze from behind the console/dash onto the floor. I never fixed the issue which was a small radiator/ heater coil that Mazda put in the worst place possible to try and fix under the dash. My guess would be that it is the heater coil/radiator which gives you your inside heat when the car is up to temperature, so you can turn on your fan and get heat. It could be something as simple as a loose hose clamp. I just let mine drip until I got rid of the car at 300,000 miles. If the water is sticky, then it's from your cooling system which is tied in with your cars heating system.

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Lack of water on your floor means your heater core is not leaking. It could still be plugged somewhere. The fact that you get some heat initially, but it turns cold when you turn the fan on, sounds like a lack of adequate warm water to the heater core to me. If the engine is warm, it could be a circulation problem of some sort.

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Water leaks onto the passenger floorboard during heavy rain

Floor plug or plugs have fallen out most likely.There Should be some plastic plugs under the floor board outside. Look to visualy check to insure they are still in one piece.

A busted heater core will flood the passenger side floorboard when the heat is turned on.

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Water on driver floor and recently very wet on backseat floor after a heavy rain. Been happening and getting worse. Also, trunk is always damp and usually water on inside of trunk lid. Had checked out:...

The green solution is Radiator Fluid. There is a leak from the Heating / AC somewhere. Since you have already checked the Heater Core then the likely culprit is a loose, cracked, connection or hose or line that has a hole. And because of the heat generated, they are hard to detect because the leak "dries-up" before you can detect "where".
Because of this: re-expose the Heating / AC system again = take the dash components back off. You can reconnect the electrical components that turn-on and run your heating controls. Use dry, white paper towels wrapped completely (from one end to the other end) around the hoses/lines. Start you car and run the Heating. The paper towels will not dry as rapidly as the lines will. The wet towel section is the culprit and the one that needs to be replaced.
Let me know if this helped, or if you have additional information or questions. Feel free to contact me at!

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Well, first of all, whats the cause of the problem?

Lets go out warm up your car, get it nice in hot in there.
Turn off the heat and feel around the edges of the windshield for a draft, if so, the seal around the windshield is gone.

I had this problem with my Neon, and the windshield was my first thought. The simply answer was that my floors were wet, when I turned on my heat, the water on the floors evaporated and then condensed on the windshield. Is this possible for your situation?

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