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Water leaking in on pasenger side floor

Put new heater blower motor in ( got hot and melted wires among other things) After this the water would come in along the inside of the firewall. We opened up the drains to make sure it was working also applied silicone on exterior such as where window meets the cowling. Is there something else I should be looking for ?

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It sounds like you may have pinched the 12 volt wire that supplies the blower motor with power, and the seal between the motor and housing is letting in water. Try removing the blower motor and look for the pinched wire where it may be short circuited, and reseal the motor to the housing with a new gasket or silicone sealer.

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