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I have a 1997 pontiac bonneville i have a few issues. One is it just started getting soaked front and back passenger floor boards. Sonetimes will steam on window how do i check to see if its for sure

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Check and see if your heater core is leaking. A leaking heater core will cause your windows to steam up and leak fluid on the floor. also cause every thing to get sticky a feeling if it continues to leak. Should repair ASAP. Needs to be replaced.

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