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  • franknpeg Nov 27, 2014

    addendum - I was assuming you were in a cold area BUT

  • franknpeg Nov 27, 2014

    If you have been using your A/C the water discharge hose could also be blocked or dislodged to the floor instead of through the floor to the grond.

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Unless you have driven through deep water or the vehicle has leaked from torrential rain I would suggest that your heater core up under the dash or the hoses to it are leaking.
Depending on the situation you would have it repaired or replaced or by pass or block the hoses so it can be driven until repairs are carried out. ( Hope it's not too cold there)

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