Question about 1996 Chevrolet Tahoe
Water enters the passanger side of the truck every single time i wash the truck or even when it rains water gets inside, if yo guys now any suggestions of what could it be please help me
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Water is a tricky problem sometimes. If your A/C drain is plugged water can't drain from you air plenum you were looking into, so check the drain located below the heater motor and make certain no debris has blocked it.
Next, if the windshield sealer has deteriorated it can cause a leak. ( you haven't had the windshield replaced lately?).
The brake vacuum booster has a weather proof seal between the booster and the firewall, it may have deteriorated.
Anything that goes through the front of the dash should be suspect.
A good way to check is to use a garden hose and place it in particular spots and check inside for leaks. That way, you can narrow down the area that is leaking.
Good luck, let me know.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
The door, window weatherstrippeng could need to be replaced, the weatherstripparound the trunk could need to be replaced as well. Also there are drain holes in the floor, one of these could have come loose and may need to be pushed back in, to get a good seal. The drain holes are plugged with a rubber plug. Hope this helps
Posted on May 03, 2009
It is more than likely the ac plug that is locate behind your dash on the underside of the passenger floor, if you are not handy most shops when generally repair this for under a hundred dollars
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
Water is probably from the fresh air intake located just under the right plastic cowl (lower windshield reveal molding). We see this often in our shop. To access the fresh air intake, remove the right windshield wiper and then remove the screws fastening the cowl to the car body. Remove the right cowl. Just above the rectangle shaped fresh air intake (& cabin filter) should be a bulb shaped strip (approx 12" long). All too often, this strip comes off and no longer diverts water. Glue the strip back onto the firewall above the fresh air intake using weatherstrip adhesive. Reattach parts that you removed and now the water should be diverted to either (or both) side(s) of the cabin filter. Good luck
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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