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Hi first of all you need to make sure if its water or antifreeze. If its water then it might be coming from out side like rain or car wash from the wind shield frame which might be rusted. Water could also be coming from the evaporator if you are using air condition. Now if the water is antifreeze then you have a leak in the heater core.
Let me know how you make out.
Posted on Jan 08, 2013
Are you 100% sure it is water IF yes then I would be looking at the door seal (rubber strip that goes around the door) .If no and it could be coolant then I would suspect your heater core is leaking which can be confirmed by doing a pressure test on your radiator.
Posted on Jan 08, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
look under ur dashs fuse box covers for a white label which should tell u of the locateion of the fr-acc fuse or rr-acc socket fuse location. replace the burnt fuse or fuses.(acc = accessory)
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
Just had ours fixed, look on engine side of firewall, if the outlet pipe in passenger well is a 3/4 inch long pipe projecting forward into engine bay with no tubing leading down towards the ground, the problem is water comes out trickles back with pressure in engine bay to foam seal under the pipe and enters footwell inside car.
Take a piece of rubber tubing and hose clamp it on and direct it down towards ground in engine bay and the problem will be solved!
We have gone from soaking carpet to no leak at all with this simple fix.
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
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HVAC drain tube was blocked and condensation could not drain to the outside of the vehicle
as a result the water pooled inside the HVAC case leaking on the inside and killing your blower motor and probably blower motor resistor
clear the drain, replace the blower and resistor and you'll be back in business
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
did you find the manual? i need the same manual (its for my CRV 2004) but I'm sure its the same model of DVD sat Nav. looked on the net everywhere.
Posted on Feb 06, 2011
SOURCE: the water leaks into my
Posted on Sep 08, 2011
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