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Both floors are wet and I have not driven the truck in over a week. I do not smell anti-freeze so hopefully it’s not the heater core. The tube next the evaporator is in place at the firewall so that is out. The truck has not been parked on level ground so I can’t be sure if it started at the back or front of the cab. I’ve only had it a few months so I don’t know the history. Where should I begin? I am taking any and all suggests. Thanks.
 

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It is the third brake light. Thanks to both of you for the help. I pulled the back seat and hosed down the back window and brake light and here came the water. I am so glad that is an easy and cheap fix. I had fears of replacing the heater core. The water is running along the headliner and coming down in both corners and the middle of the seat. That is how both floors are getting wet. Here is a picture of it coming down the passenger side wall.
 

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