Have the computer codes read The water leak is probably a loose hose connection or an old hose leaking you will need to track down the source of the leak to find out, as for the high hydrocarbons look at your failed emissions slip and you should see a list of the computer trouble code or codes downloaded from your cars' computer and that will tell you what system needs attention. If it is not there take it to auto zone or another parts store and they will most likely read your trouble codes for free. Sounds like normal tune up stuff to me though, pay attention to the pcv and egr valves and passages. They will not pass or even test your car while the check engine light is lit and unhooking the battery to reset the computer wont help either since you will have to drive it 50 miles before it will be accepted.
The water leak on the passenger side is probably the AC condensation drain. This is normal. If it was leaking coolant it wouldn't be water. It would be antifreeze (coolant).
If your talking about coolant leaking on the passenger floor then it means your heater core is leaking and needs to be replaced.
Sounds like heater core is leaking
Your heater core is leaking. This is the part of your car that creates heat for the passenger compartment of your car. There is no fix for a leaking heater core except to replace it.
Heater core / hose leaking.
If it tastes and smells sweet, you have a leaking heater core. If it is just water, you have a leak at the windshield or the A/C condenser drain line is clogged.
my 1995 Trooper had same problem it was the crankshaft position sensor located on the middle passenger side of the motor. I will remove the passenger side front tire and it is behind the shock, tight fit but can be done.
Water on the floor that is not coming from the heater core is coming either from rain water leaking around a windshield seal or one of the firewall seals where hoses, wires or other components enter from the engine compartment.
Not sure but it could be that the car's heater unit water has air in it. If so I believe this can be caused by exhaust gases coming from a leaking cylinder head gasket.
If it is leaking on the passenger side, out side of the vehicle, then this is normal. It is condensation coming from the evaporator core. If it is leaking INSIDE the vehicle, then you have a clogged evaporator core vent drain. Clearing the drain should clear the problem.
camshaft position sensor gasket or head gasket both likely
Coolant leaking from the pump shaft.Engine overheating.Noise coming from pump.Coolant leaking from the pump shaft.Engine overheating.Noise coming from pump.
If you smell antifreeze in the passenger compartment of your car your heater core is probably leaking. It's under the dash somewhere ( depends on the make and model ). Another symptom of a leaking heater core is moisture build up on the inside of the windshield when you run your defroster.