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Re: water in rover sterling
Use a garden hose and run water over different parts of the car till you find the leak. my ford winstar had a water leak on the drivers side front (over the fuse panel of all places) finally traced it to the strip of plastic running down beside the windshield... on the passenger side... it was running along a brace under the dash.
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when you operates the heater button worm water of your engine's water jackets enter to the evaporator locates inside your A/C blower & air flows through it & air becoming worm. Therefore I proposed you to check your vent linkages for vent doors inside the blower unit.
I have one of these, it did the same thing. I found the sun roof seal had gone hard ( due to the u.v from the sun ) and was not sealing properly. Th drain hose from the cavity was blocked, the water ran down the door pillar and on to the fire wall and out behind the carpet. Allso if the air conditioning condensation collector drain is blocked water will find its way the the carpet. the drain should empty to the ground.
have you had the AC on by any chance ,if not then check the drain holes either side at the bottom of nwhere the wiper motor is as their are drain holes either side of the bulkhead or firewall in american ,to drain the floor just drill a 5/16th hole in the lowest point of the floor when the car sits in the kerb this will allow the water to escape i,old adage of mine if it can in then let it out
if the pump is electric then turn on the ignition and trace the clicking noise. My pump [on the 1985 model] is under the passenger [rh side] floor on the outside of the chassis just by the floor support. Hope this helps.
You need to trace back from the switches for power. Remove the switches and get a testlamp and check for power, if there is power, then its the switch, if not then trace the cables back to the fuse box, checking for broken wires.
Your best bet with any radio install is to wire both the positive and negative leads directly to the battery. While it might be convenient to use an existing, unused +12V feed, the interference any stray RF power can cause to existing vehicle systems is very unpredictable.
Best bet is to trace across the front of the headliner and go down the passenger side "A" post. From there you should be able to make an easy hole for the power leads adjacent to the radio antenna wire. This is the wire that comes out of the firewall and loops directly into the passenger's side front fender.
Also, be cautious with your mounting and drilling, as some discos have an ultrasonic sensor for the alarm system in the center roof area.