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Check under the dash of the passenger side and see if it is wet also. Check you coolant level. It may be leaking coolant from the small heater core that heat the heater. Does it smell like antifreeze? There are two water or coolant hoses that run through the fire wall under the hood to the inside of the vehicle. This heater care could be bad or have a hole in it. It looks like a small radiator but is enclosed within the dash underside. If it is bad and you do replace it be sure to flush the coolant system before changing it. It is a big job. Hope this helps.
The radio SERIALNUMBER is required for a code
First remove the radio from the dashboard.
Then post the radio make+model plus all theletters+numbers on any labels,barcodes or stamped in the metal casing.This information can then be used to see if a code can becalculated