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Water is leaking into the passengers side of the 98 neon i looked for the hose underneath for the a/c evap line it is no where to be found. What can i do?

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When does it leak? when you run the ac or when it rains? Their is no line that leaks from the ac, just the oval canistor that drips condensation and should be nowhere near your firewall to leak in the car. Its either a weather seal/winshield or your heater core is leaking which is located behind the glovebox

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