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1997 Plymouth Voyager front passenger water leaking

As I have replied in a post. It would appear that the drains on the front window are plugged. Water only accumulates on that one side and then a slight incline will send about a liter of water out on the passengers feet. Could an outside drain overflow into the car? How do I unplug it. I am almost positve it is not A/C or water from heater.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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MBoyd
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    Cleared both sides from the top side with a garden hose. Re-connected the drain tubing to tray. When I moved the vehicle in the driveway I heard a slushing sound then fresh water come running down the passenger side floor while have the carpet up. Could I add another drain tubing and route it down beneath vehicle?

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I just had mine in for the same problem - open the hood, just below where the wipers sit is a big plastic tray that will fill up with water and overflow down into your vent openings behindt the dashboard because the drain holes &/or hoses in the tray are plugged. Look for 2 hoses that connect to the bottom of the big tray (one near each end) - disconnect the hoses and use compressed air or something to unclog them. If all else fails, I suppose you could leave them disconnected, but cleaning them out is obviously better.

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Did you know that the heater core sits underneath the dashboard? 1997 model only. Mitchell or All date will show you the diagram and pictures.

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