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I find water in the rear of the suburban on the passenger side. The air works good unless you are sitting still then it gets warm and smells bad

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It has to be either the door rubber seal torn or worn or a window seal leaking,it could also be the heater matrix leaking and water finds the lowest place to accumilate

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