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2005 Toyota Solara convertible with water on the floor

I have a 2005 Toyota Solara convertible. At first I noticed that the passenger side floor was wet and now the driver side floor is wet too. It's definitely water, not antifreeze. The water appears to be coming from up under the dashboard...I can see droplets on the driver side and there's a small puddle that collected in the plastic cover under the glove compartment on the passenger side. The DC area is known for its humidity and I run the A/C daily, but this seems to be too much water for it to be jsut condensation. Any Advice? Thanks.

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Your heater core is going out its under the dash on pasinger side of you car you shuold get replaced soon it my lead to over heating problems

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