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There is at least two inches of standing water in the floorboards from their Windows being left down his there drain plugs that would help

Pull up the carpets and you should find a plastic body drain plug. If no drain plugs then use a wet and dry vacuum.

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If you have a sunroof it could be the drain that follows the front pillar letting out under the front fender. These hoses are known to plug and crack open releasing water into the floorboards.

Driver side door check along top and front edge for tears or twisted looses sections. Internal to the door water can drain down along the window and is released outside the door seal. If the bottom of the door has the opening that releases the water plugged then water will drain over into the floorboard.

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I have water leaking driver side floorboards and partially on the passenger side floorboards. Where is the a/c drain plug and what is the easiest way to get to the drain plug? Do you have any images that...

make sure it isnt coolant, if it is, it may be your heater core leaking. You maybe right about the a/c drain tube, it may not be correctly placed in the hole in the floor for proper draining, have car raised and look under car tube peeking out floor, it may also not be hooked together in the dash either

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Sounds like the A/C condensation drain is plugged. I hope this helps!

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Double check the drains at the front of the sunroof, the rear windshield, or the trunk. It is possible it is the drain from the a/c is plugged also. A simple way to test that is to turn the a/c on and see if water drips from the passenger side near the wheel area. If so, you're good. Take a water hose and systematically water the lowest area metioned above and see if you get water inside the car. You can also pull up the rear seat and see if there is evidence of water from that area. Let me know what you find.

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Check to see if the water drain for the A/C system is plugged.
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Do not push higher into the drain than is needed to clear it.

If the heater core was leaking you would have antifreeze on the floor....not water.
Yes,the coolant would go down if the heater core was leaking.

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the water runs off the top into the rear quarter fender to a drain hole, one on each side, check the hole in bottom probably plugged clean it out, the hole should be in the bottom of the rear quarter fender in front of the rear tire

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there should be a drain for condensation in the lower part of the engine compartment on the firewall . it might be plugged up so the water stays in the compartment and leaks inside.

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