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I have a wet floor on the passenger side. I had the heating system checked and was told the coils were fine. What is the cause of the leakage into the cab of my truck? It's a 1998 Ford F-150 Lariat extended cab.

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It can only be one of 3 things

heater core leaking. Sweet smell an dfilm on windshield

a/c drain plug blocked, not allowing condenaste to drain on ground

water leak though a seam leak on cowl or around air intake under leaf screen at base of glass on passenger side.

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