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2006 Chrysler 300 floor on drivers side get soaked wet when it rains

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SOURCE: Floor on driver's side stays wet.

Could be the heater core.

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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SOURCE: the driver side floor is soaked and service engine is on

Touch the dampness to your tongue and see if its sweet? If it it is your heater coil. Anti freeze is very sweet tasting but also poisnous so just wash your mouth with water afterwards a the little amount to taste wont hurt you. if you dont want to do that smell the carpet it will have a sweet smell to it. It might just be a broken hose going to the heater.

Posted on Jul 24, 2010

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heater core is actually centered behind controls- plumbing connections are on passenger side-look in engine compartment for leak first- loose clamp or split hose- then go to core- can try BAR's Leak first if not a hose problem

Posted on May 18, 2011

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SOURCE: rain water filling up floor board on driver's

Most newer cars don't have drain plugs in the floor. So it must either be your window does not close tightly or the rubber seal is completely gone around the lower door.

Are you getting enough rain that it reaches the floor board of your car?

Posted on Jun 28, 2011

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This is common if you have a worn or bad seal and have had a lot of wet weather. The second most common cause would be water accumulation in your Air Box for your A/C and heater cores. If you have been running your A/C you may have water build up from the A/C coil leaking into the cabin if the drain is blocked. This could also be caused by a leaking Heater Core, again if that drain is blocked or you have the smell of Anti-Freeze in the cabin area. Start by checking the drain for the Air Box. This is located in the Firewall and appears to be a piece of pipe that is pointed toward the ground and crimped on the end. Use a small wire to clear any blockages or compressed Air to ensure it is draining properly. If you have a lot of rain in your area check the seals on your doors and windows.

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