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Noticed the other day that my front passenger floor mat was wet, further investigating showed the carpet and padding under were wet also. Directly under the passenger seat was dry as well as up under the dash. Behind the passenger seat in the seat well was very wet as well. Removed all seats, carpet and padding and can not find the source of the leack. Heater works fine, used hot defrost for the first time in about two years the other day, not sure if that has something to do with it. Any ideas? With the A/C running, I see water dripping from what appears to be the union in my catalytic converter to my exhaust pipe. Any ideas would be great
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You didn't say how old your truck is but since you are Navy I would guess you are in an area where salt and corrosion is an issue. I have seen floors get wore and thin from rust and water get thrown up.
Another issue could be as simple as cleaning the holes out in the bottom of your doors to let the water drain through, sometimes they get clogged up.
Easiest thing to do though is get inside and have someone spray a hose at the truck from all angles and just watch and feel for water.