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A/C drain clogged

Water is drining down under passenger side floormat

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Sounds like you need the heater core replaced. This can be a pretty biog job and suggest take it to a radiator shop. Usually the dash will be removed. The cost to pay someone to do this is well worth it for all the work and frustration you will encounter.

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Most likely your gonna need to change heater core..this is a semi easy fix but will require some time to do the job..

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