Question about 2010 Ford Flex
After heavy rain found 4" of water on passenger side floor. windows were closed as well as doors.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: water in floorboard
Either the sealant that was used in putting your windshield in has began to fail, or there may be a larger opening under the vents, or on the firewall in the engine compartment. Look under the vent slats/holes under the windshield wipers. Look in the bulkhead that separates the engine from the dashboard(With the hood up). Those are the only ways water is getting in. Seal it with an expanding style sealer
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
The condensation drain is plugged in the heater/AC plenum, the drain is under the hood at the very bottom of the firewall on the passenger side.
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Posted on Dec 02, 2008
it is located on the right side of the vehicle very close to the firewall, it is easiest to look under the truck or underhood of the truck lower right side of firewall for a rubber tube about 1-2 inches long, find the tube and squeeze it, dirt wasps like to build nests in there, if crud runs out it should run water when a/c is on, if it is dripping with a/c on it may not be clogged, but look anyway
Posted on May 20, 2009
if you can remove the plastic "cowl" section(s) at the base of the windshield and clear out any debris.sticks,dirt,acorns,mud,etc. THEN run a garden hose where the rain normally would run down and "flush"the drainage paths at each end by each fender. see if that fixes the problem. theres also a possibility that the windshield seal could be bad.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
It could be that the windshield seal has a leak beneath the cowl. Also, pools of water on the floorboard may be coming from your heater/air conditioner condenser. Check the cabin air filter for wetness, too.
Can you see if the water is on the firewall inside the passenger compartment? You might pull the carpet clips to lower it so you can spot the source of the leak.
If these checks don't pan out, let me know. Maybe we can do more troubleshooting.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
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