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For some reason my passanger side floor is always soaking wet,i already tried looking for drip source but no drps what so ever its mainly in the middle and i need it to find out what it is vehicle is a 1998 mazda 626 lx 4cyl any suggestions?
If you have air conditioning, and are using it all the time, the wetness problem should be the evaporator hose is clogged or broken running the condensate water into your car instead of outside and under the car..
You would then have to go up under the dash, and also look most carefully at the area of the passenger's feet, (only under the hood of the car), to see what has happened to the black rubber condensation hose.
So, let's say you don't use the A/C all the time. Let's say your A/C is not it.
Now, you may have a rust hole or a hole from a car wreck that was not properly fixed that is leaking the water in from the windshield wiper tray on the front of the car.
I have a car like yours that took me a year to find all the holes, (there were 3) and get them fixed.
All were near the wiper arm, under the panels that are painted the same color as your car.
Posted on Apr 21, 2013
Could be a leaky heater core. Do your windows ever fog over from the inside? ever catch steam coming out of the vents? does the moisture have an aroma of antifreeze? if so it is probably your heater core. If it is fresh water I would look at a windshield or possibly a door/window seal.
Posted on Apr 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This happened twice to me.Just replace coolant overflow container,buy new one not used .Always keep an eye on container , will happen again.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
look at the firewall on the engine side and you will see a small stub hose coming out on passenger side about even with the bottom of the heater box inside. that hose drains condensation from the ac...clear it out and you will have a dry floor. (unless heater core is leaking but you didn't mention any overheat or coolant loss so likely that's not a problem)
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Posted on Apr 05, 2010
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