Question about 1980 Chevrolet Corvette C3
How to stop water from getting on passenger side floor after it rains hard
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
pop the hood and take out the plastic shroud on the passenger side at the firewall. there is a rubber weather stripping that will direct the rain water off the wind shield other wise the rain will fall directly onto the top of the fan motor then run down onto the carpet. i noticed mine when the fan motor iced up and was about an inch thick of ice. all i did was RTV on the weather stripping to redirect the water good luck.
Posted on Feb 05, 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
u have a condensation drain under car,,on passengers side ,u willhave to jack it up and look for it ,hard to find,,it will have a boot type tube drain ,compressed air is the best to unstop it ,can use a wire ,and gentle insert in tibe ,back and forth motion until water flows freely
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
We see this often. There is a rubber bulb type molding (similar to a door or trunk seal) that is approximately 12" attached just above the fresh air intake that's in the firewall on the passenger side. Quite often this rubber part comes off and water is no longer diverted and instead pours directly through your cabin filter (if you have one) and into the right floorboard. To correct it, remove the right windshield wiper and right side of the lower windshield reveal molding (plastic cowling). Apply weatherstrip adhesive into the "U" shaped molding and re-apply into place directly above the cabin filter and fresh air intake. Replace the cowling and wiper. Good luck
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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