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Old 10 Jul 2003, 05:11 pm
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Default leak on passanger side feet

I have a 89 Legend (love it) and there seems to be water dripping on
my wife's feet when I am driving. With the A/C on and the outside
temp around 100, there seems to be dripping. The water is not hot.
When I turned hard left, there was a hissing sound and more water came

Anyone know what the problem is and how to fix it? The A/C still
cools the car, at least as much as it ever has. And the water has a
bit of a smell and a light residue so I don't think it is pure water.
I have had a bad heater core in a different car, but with that the
smell was real bad and you would get the shit blown all over the

Thanks in advance,

Pat in socal
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