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Water dripping under dash drivers side. Is that the heater core?

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Taste it,if it is sweet it is,but if it just taste like water,it is the condensation from ac,the drain needs to be unstopped.

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Yes ... if the water it drips is sweet and you have coolant in the radiator, you have a bad heater core. Do you have to add coolant on a regular bases?
Otherwise you have condensation on the evaporator cover and there might be a clogged up drain vent. common problem are leaves that fall on the windshield and go int the blower fan causing clogged up drains. I would not park under a tree.

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The heater core would be the only cause of the souce of water drippng when you add to the cooling system. Check your heater core to heater hose connections first. Do the simple stuff before embarking on a "fantastic voyage". You may just have a slightly cracked hose as well.

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SOURCE: water dripping from under passager side dash 2004

sounds like the drain hose for the a/c system is clogged, look underneath the car on the passenger side for a small black hose about 3/8 in make sure it is not clogged gently push a stiff wire into the hose water should come pouring out, hope this helps if not get back to mme as i strive to be the best, please rate my fix

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