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Water coming in to car footwells when raining

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The air intake filter housing sometimes leaks .. this is corrected in a recent recall .. check with your dealer ..

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Heater core is gone if fluid is sweet

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Iam getting rain in my 2003 HSE why.


And where exactly is this rain coming from? The sun roof? The door seals? Seeping in down in the footwells (soggy carpet)?

Sometimes "rain" can be mistaken for A/C condensate that is not draining due to a plugged condensate drain. If your A/C is running and it's hot and humid out then you should see some water drips on the ground underneath the front area of the vehicle. Let it sit in one location for a few minutes after you come in from driving it. Let it sit for a few minutes with the engine and A/C running. Move the vehicle and look for the telltale wet spots from the condensate drain. If you don't see a wet spot then chances are the drain is plugged. The condensate will back up and drain inside the car ...typically in the passenger footwell and making the carpet wet.

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look on hooded vent area( under windshield whippers) sometimes there is a drain line that gets plugged with leave and dirt use a air line blow through and clean out this should do it

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it could be youre window seals leaking, on a dry day get someone to run the hose pipe over the car whilst someone sits inside inspecting for a leak

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Look in the front door frame, there are drains from the sunroof that are possibly plugged.
Squeeze the plastics nipples to see if water or dirt/debris comes out.
I took a 10" piece of metal shirt hanger and ran it up the nipple and alot of **** came out. Solved my problem.

Good luck

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