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From under the car on the front passenger side of the body pan you will see what looks like a small rubber flap sticking out. sometimes the rubber may be missing if so it will just be a lplastic tube using a 6inch piece of coat hanger, (put a round curve on one end) slowly insert it in ajiggle it some and see if water comes out, a leaking heater core will also cause moisture on the front paasenger side floor

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