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My floor is wet on the passenger side up front, the window wasn't left down

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Same problem with my Car, the best to do is buy a new car
like Chev, or kia thoses is no problem.

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Sounds like the weatherstripping in your door....easy to replace and not expensive....you can do it yourself

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My passanger side floor front & rear wet,is it the heater core or condensation?


Hi there sounds like the drain for your air conditioner is blocked, what you need to do is find a little rubber hose extruding from the firewall under the bonnet and stick a long thin woe up it to clear the blockage, hope this helps

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the easiest way to check for a leak is to take the car through an automated car wash, I am not arguing with you but a coworker has the same car and her drain line was clogged and her floor board was wet on the passenger side, it cost her $25 for a mechanic to clear the drain line. I hope this helps Tim

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Passengers side front window no longer rolls down.


could be off track, regulator or window motor. If you take the window motor off and connect it to the battery it should come on immediately, if it does not then you need a window motor

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Check your A/C drain hose. It is easily dislodged. and allows condensation to drain on floor, rather than the road.

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clogged condensate drain in the evaporator housing.

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2004 DODGE STRATUS HAS WET FLOOR ON PASSENGERS SIDE ONLY.


probably your AC condensor hose...It's pinched or clogged, and the water is backing up through your floor vent (ONLY when you have your AC running).

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