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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-25-2015, 11:11 AM Thread Starter
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Water on passenger side

I'm getting water on my passenger side floor wondering if it's heater core or drain from AC plugged. Any suggestions on how to fix both have not determined which is the cause yet.


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the drain hose is on firewall, PS. you can poke a small screwdriver up it to see if it is clogged.

Heater core can also be the problem.....which means you need to replace it or disconnect your heater hoses (loop them)

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I'm getting water on my passenger side floor wondering if it's heater core or drain from AC plugged. Any suggestions on how to fix both have not determined which is the cause yet.


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If it's just water (condensation) and only happens when the A/C is on, then it's most likely a missing or clogged Condensation Drip hose/Elbow. If it's coolant on the floor then it's most likely a H/C that needs replaced.

Lots of info here on how to take care of either once you determine the cause, just SEARCH for the threads that will walk you through the issue.

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