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Old 09-28-2014, 10:44 AM
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wet carpet, passenger side front

Could the heater core cause this? Hose going to the core? First thought of a hole in the floor, but it has been dry for a week here.
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If it was from the heater core or a hose you would smell antifreeze.

There are several things that could cause this. Do a search and you will get all sorts of information.
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It's likely your a.c. condensate drain, it's a known issue with a $2 fix. Search that and you will get a detailed repair thread
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