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OK, so I posted earlier about a puddle or two on my passenger floorboard. Dad and I took a peek under there and found everything appearing dry! That questions us if it's the heater core and trying to avoid taking out the dash if at all possible. So, what are the odds that the drainage(similar to the t-ttops, if any applies to the a/c) being blogged up and causing the pooling on the passenger floorboard instead of the pavement where it belongs??

May seem like a stretch but I thought I would get some oppinions out there.

So far thanks to you guys, passed emissions and stopped the overheating problem, quick fixes with the O2 sensor and a radiator cap! LOL
 

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the leak from the a/c drain would not be much though i would not think
check your level at your radiator if it keeps getting low and liquid keeps appeaeing then heater core- by pass it for now
 

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There's no smell inside the car. We soaked up the fluid with a white cloth and it wasn't green..but we don't use Prestone so I don't know if all antifreeze is green or not.

We'll check it and I'll keep you posted.

Thanks again
 
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