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Leak there is water in the front and rear floor(passenger side), after it rains? I don't think the ac is plugged up. What else could cause this?

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  • PaulaEvans Sep 15, 2008

    Thank you, I will try this today.

    Paula ;)


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My 2006 Mustang convertible is totally soaked everytime it rains on the passenger side front and back. It actually had standing water in it a few days ago, reading the coments above does not make me happy. This is the second Mustang convertible with the same problem...gee do we think its a factory defect?? What can be done?

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

My 05 mustang is leaking like a sieve. the dealership has received a bulletin from ford on how to fix the problem and the parts that must be ordered. there is no recall on this problem, so i have to pay almost $700.00 in parts and labor to get this fixed. i feel this is a factory defect and i shouldn't have to pay to have this fixed. i realize ford could care less about there product!

Posted on Oct 07, 2008

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You can test again the car by putting a garden hose at the front of the windshield where it is supposed to get fresh air. if you have a rusted part there and water could sipped in.

another option would be the recycle door of the air conditioning could be partly open and letting the water come inside the car..

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Posted on Sep 12, 2008

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I was advised that i could pay $135+to take apart dash and find source of leak.I figured it out after it snows or rains real-hard then a gusher would happen when i stopped or started car. The solution is simple lift the hood ,and on the passengers side there is a retangular rubber plug that slowly releases water from the wiper reservior. it is above the exhaust manifold. be careful when you remove it because the vapor from the exhaust may steam-burn your hand.the dealer speculated it was a blocked air-conditoner drainage tube.but i removed it and leaves from the wiper resv. came pouring out. this cost me ZERO DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS. we have had 2 major storms with no leaks....Texas Stang

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