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Water is pooling behind front passenger seat. not sure where the water is coming from.

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It sounds like you have a leaking heater core it either is bad or you have a leak where the hoses attach to the heater core. if the water doesnt have antifreeze in it then maybe your window seal is leaking. hope this helps you . best of luck. have a nice day.

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Yes, your heater core is leaking. Dash will likely have to come off. Along with everything that is tied into the dash. Best thing to do is to take it to a repair shop. But before you go off to the shop.. take up the carpet coming from your passenger side front..just pull it back. Far as it will go. Then get the car hot. Run your heater full blast. Also place a white rag at the vent under the passenger seat. It maybe leaking into the ducking and flowing out through there. GOOD LUCK!
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To isolate the problem, have someone seat in the passenger seat. Wash your car. Ask the person inside the car if he/she sees or feels any water droplets. If the passenger doesn't see or feel any drops. Its possible that water is coming from the condenser unit of your A/C. You need to have your condenser cleaned if this happens.

This happened to me as well, i thought that my car had some sort of leak from the outside. Turns out that it was only the condenser. I had it cleaned and viola. No more water drops

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