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1999 toyota corolla

My car is leaking water underneath on the passenger side. Hose problems?

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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

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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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