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Water accumulating on the floor front right passenger side.

I am having this car in Dubai where the climate is hot and humid. Since past 2 months I can see water accumulated on my right front side floor. I quess it is the condensed vapor which eventually is released but cannot find the drain. How do I proceed to rectify this problem? I would like to do it myself. Will it be possible?

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Ohh I am a tech in abu dhabi and I seen these issues before
If you talking about inside the car then there is only 2 reason :
1-the ac hose is dripping inside the car ( mostly it is under the carpet in the passenger side ) you will be lucky if that is the problem .
2-your heater core is leaking you can tell if the radiator water gose low )and for you to fix that you have to choice :
A- is to replace the heater core and that is mostly not an easy job .
B- is to block the radiator hose that is going to the heater core ( from engine side ) but if you go with these option you will not gana have a heater in your car

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First thing to do is to check if the A/C condenser is letting the water out of the car to the floor. Go ride for a while with the air conditioner ON go back home and see if water falls. after 5 minutes the car stopped water should appear on the floor. if this does not happen, then you should check the air conditioning water evacuation pipe. May be it moved. This has never happened but is a possibility. If this is not the error, then you should take the rug out of the floor of the car and checkif there is a problem with the floor.

Posted on Sep 13, 2008

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