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Passenger floor wet

2008 cobalt lt. The passenger floor is wet. Where do I start to diagnoseing the problem.
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Unplug the HVAC drain.

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I had this and I had a little plastic piece broken up at the firewall
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Where's the HVAC drain
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Check the plastic piece!
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What plastic piece
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It's right on the firewall. Il snap a pic in the morning for ya
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Cool that would help thanks
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Where's the HVAC drain
It is directly above the big bolt that holds the steering rack on passenger side. In fact mine drips right on the bolt.

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So blow air into it with an air compressor
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