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THERE IS WATER LEAKING INTO MY 92 CAVALIER ON THE FRONT DRIVERS SIDE FLOORBOARD. THE MECHANIC SAID IT WAS FROM A CLOGGED FIREWALL AND CLEANED THAT OUT. BUT IT IS STILL HAPPENING. WHAT DO YOU THINK THE PROBLEM MIGHT BE?

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ITS YOUR HEATER CORE

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