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How to stop water leaking into rear footwell driver side vauxhall corsa c

Hi there's a great big puddle behind the drivers seat in the rear foot well, worse after bad weather

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SOURCE: Hi, rear footwell is filling up with water behind

Have a look at this
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I have the same problem at the moment as well

Posted on Nov 29, 2009

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Hi, I've had this problem and spent hours with my Wife watering the front scuttle area with the wipe mechanism removed. I hope at last I've narrowed it down to an area where the brake booster to attached to the firewall. Rather than take it out I've used a cleaning gun on a compressor and fired heaps (and heaps) or black soundproofing tarry solution down around, in and about the right side as you look from the front. Certainly at this stage the water running inside has decreased markedly and I've given it one last blast this morning. I'm optimistic this will cure.

Posted on Jan 11, 2011

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SOURCE: I have a leak in my 1990 Chevy Cavalier, the water puddles on the driver's side floor! No one can find the leak to stop it. help!!

your heater core is probably leaking into duct

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SOURCE: v reg vauxhall corsa rear seat will not fold buttons on top of seats wil not push in

if you take the to plastic covers off, inside the boot, where you gain access to your rear shocks ,you will see two alan key bolt take them out first on both sides then the seat will fall forwards. then two more bolt at the base of the seat.once your seat is out, undo the fabric at the side to gain access, you will need a flat blade screw driver, and may need a tourch. once fabric is pulled to one side push the driver in the hole against bullet inside and press the button at the same time and that will release the braket the bullet will be stuck in one of the holes, once out i hope you will be able to sort it out from there. good look

Posted on May 11, 2012

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either the heater matrix has gone and your gettin fluid from that or its comming in from a hole in the bulk head with the age of the car i dont think its a rusty hole see if the top of the foot well carpet is wet around where the clutch pedal is or you foot goes if its wet that far up it the matrix

Posted on Aug 26, 2012

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