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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a drain for the vent air box under the hood on the firewall. Open the hood and look on the left side of the engine for a rubber tube hanging vertically from the firewall. This tube gets filled with crud (leaves, dirt, etc) and plugs up keeping the water from draining until you turn a corner and it spills over into the cab... on your feet. Been there done that.
The drain has a **** in the bottom- pull it up, squeeze it at the end and use a screwdriver or similar to clean the end out.
Forget windshields, firewall sealants, and all the other remedies suggested all over the internet for water leaks until you look at this- it's the cause 99.9% of the time
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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