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GEEZ!! We just figured out why the rear carpeting flooded and replaced the rear light seals, now the front carpet seems to be wet. WHY???

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If it hasnt been raining, it might be the heater core. make sure you arent low on coolant, because the heater core uses radiator fluid. if you are losing coolant and the heater smells funny, then you need to replace the heater core. its behind the dashboard.

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