Q: Floorboards flooded.

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The floorboard of my car is flooded. In addition, it sounds funny when I start my car. I am not sure what is wrong with it or how I need to proceed.

Hello. When a heater core starts to leak, it can drip coolant inside the passengers compartment. It can also be a water leak that is getting into some electrical connection. I recommend having a certified mechanic, like one from YourMechanic, verify the problem so no further complications arise.

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