Question about 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager
When it rains, it literally gets in the car!! The water will begin coming into the car at the front passengers feet, especially around turns. Plus the water is getting inside the heater assembly at the fan and hitting the fan blades?? what should I do?
There's a third drain hose, smaller diameter than the others mentioned, located in the firewall behind and above the alternator pulley. it's supposed to drain water that gets through the firewall vent ports into the cavity adjacent to the blower. If you are getting water in the blower, that drain is also blocked. In fact, this can be a problem regardless of whether the other two drains are functioning, since smaller amounts of water can always get into the cavity.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
Drive your car up on racks on coat the undercoat w/ bedliner coating available at most hardware stores. look for holes around the firewall to under your hood. hope this helps
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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