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I have water puddling up on my passenger front floor board, is it my heater core??

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Hello amnmcalpine,

I'm sorry to say, your diagnosis is more then likely right.

Regards,
netvan

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So you're saying you replaced the heater core because water was puddling on the driver's side, but water is still puddling on the driver's side? I'm assuming you're in the US and the driver's side is on the left and the heater core is on the right side.
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