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Old 08-09-2011, 12:24 PM
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My 1996 ram reg cab keeps having water pooling on the floor while driving. I imagine it's coming from either the a/c or the heater core. Anyone know of a common problem or what I can look at to try and track this down?

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Not sure on that truck but usually water on passenger floor is heater core, the heater core is usually under the dash somewhere on the passenger side along the firewall....
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I found some other posts about this as well. My a/c drain tube didn't have a hose attached. The water leaks out and in between the plastic housing and the firewall, into the cab and then onto the floor. I attached a 5/8" inside diameter hose with a hose clamp and it fixed it. The drain nipple is just below the black accumulator/drier that's on the passenger's side of the firewall. Here's a picture:



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