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1998 Jeep - my floor board on the passenger side is wet;figured out their is a leak or maybe hose stopped up. My husband had a book and a diagram showing where it was when he went to look for it, it wasn't there. Can you help us locate it?

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  • Jewell Breaux Sep 30, 2009

    Ok thanks I'll let my husband know and I will let you know if it helped.

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Should be near the fire wall on the pass side. youll probably be only able to see it fromm under the car. look to see where the AC hoses enter the cab

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