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I would think that it is the ac evaporator unit and condensate in the ac box that is unable to get out the drain pipe from a blockage . It could be ice melting off the ac unit fins . check that the ac is operating properly
1st you need to identify the fluid in the floor board, is it antifreeze, water, oil?? 2nd is the leak there without turning the steering wheel? (more than likely). If the fluid is antifreeze, then yes it could be your heater core, the entire dash will have to be removed to access and change it so it will not be cheap to repair. If it is water, check and clean the a/c drain tube at the lower right hand side firewall under the hood, and check to see water coming out of this tube while a/c is on. Hope this helps, let me know.
make youself a cardboard adaptor to fit side window cut hole in it to fit shop vac or equal vaccum cleaner hose end tape hose into hole you cut with duct tape as well as card board jig you built to insert into window insert the other end into shop vac on the blowing side of vac body turn on vac take a garden hose and very soapy water around all windows and doors look for soap bubbles to form this will tell you if any body parts leaking and windows if you find any seal with ge clear silicone sealer ,if not the drain tube could be stopped for the ac ,see dealer or ac garage , good luck
The squeal, first: Noises are difficult to diagnose without hearing them in person. There are too many potential causes; maybe the power steering pump (turning the wheel to lock causes this), maybe tires, maybe a cv joint. The A/C water is condensation that occurs because of the cold. This is perfectly natural and is a sign of a very cold-blowing A/C unit.