This problem is your heater core in the car you can change it which it is located under the dash
or there is two hoses under the hood on the passenger side that goes to the heater core your can plug them off and water will quit leaking until you have chance to change it but the heater will not work until changed
If you are running your ac, this may just be condensation from the air conditioner. Do you see puddles in the winter, or when you do not run your air conditioner? I live in a humid climate, and every summer, no matter what car I have had, I have experienced this same thing. I have been told that it was just condensation, and as long as it was water (colorless/odorless) it should be fine. Of course you should take it to a licensed mechanic to verify that there isn't something more serious happening. As a temporary check, though, you might try driving around for 20 miles or so without the air conditioner on and then park for a few minutes and check for a puddle/leak.
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The AC drain line is stopped up. Open the hood and you should see a small rubber hose/tube sticking out odf the firewall. Try running a pencil or other small object through it to clear the clog. If this doesn't work, go by a service station and have them clean it with compressed air.
Pull back the carpet on the passenger side. Just to the left will be a black rubber hose. Pull the hose from the white plastic tube. Use a water bottle to catch any water. Use a clotheshanger and push through to the other end. There may be a small plastice grommet inside the hose. Just put it back after you've cleared the hose. Also push the hanger through the hole in the floorboard. This will remove any debris that may be there too. Replace the hose and carpet and you're all set. No tools needed except the clothes hanger.
That should fix the dripping water on the passenger side.
Raise the hood and look on the firewall around the passenger side and around the heater hose and there is normally a drain coming out of there. Are you sure it is the ac and not the heater core leaking because usually when you see water in the front passenger area it is from a leaking heater core.
The ac evap will not leak water on the driver side of the car because it does not have water running through it. The leak is most likely from the heater core which is just to the left and under the ac evap.
My wife had a similar problem w/ a toyota matrix, I found that the drain tube came from under the dash under the carpet, and was not connected to the black abs plastic tube that is the drain line from the a/c, re attached with a small hose clamp and the problem went away. It is located on passenger floor board top toward the center console, you can lift the carpet back and see it. Hope this helped.
If it is leaking outside the car it is OK. If it is leaking inside on the floor board the drain line is stopped up. Find the drain tube on the outside and use an air hose to blow air into the tube to clear the blockage.
Sounds like the drainpipe has disconnected from the drainpan or evap housing. This is usually in a direct line with the hole in the firewall, so if you are lucky, pushing the pipe through the firewall and hopefully it is in the correct position to fit onto the drainpan outlet. The only other way is to actually do it by feel by sliding your hand up on the cab/dash side of the firewall and locating the pipe and outlet while someone else tries to push it on from the outside. Hope this helps
look under the hood . find the big plastic fan cover on the right side passenger side of the car. reach you hnd down under it and be prepared to get dirty. undewr the bottom of the plastic shroud of the cvover is a hole the size of a pencil . that is where the water that condenses out from the ac drips out. they get plugged. stick a dull pencil erasser sized object up in the hole and water will usually gush out. in worst case , use a shop vac and a piece of rubber hose and **** it out. be advised even with all else ok you can sometimes get a drop of water on the toe of right passenger at times. sometimes even running over a sert of rr tracks at high speed can b ust loose the clog. usually the pencil works best.good luck guy..........