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Water leaking inside on floor mat 98 pontiac transport

The guy who changed my oil said the nuckel comming out of the fire wall seemed to be open.

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The only time I've ever had water inside on my floor was because my heater core crapped out. Check to see if the leak is coming from your heater box under the dash, if it is it's the heater core most likely.

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