Question about Mercedes-Benz ML320
Been to merc garage had a lot of work on electrics as seems to suffering with a water leak some were in boot area ? Think we found problem ,the air vent on wheel arch had come loose refitted but still have water seeping threw when drive .can the water get in to the chassis area and be stuck ? How to get it out ,
After owning many vehicles with the same problem i know the leak is always in the support pillar on either side of the windshield. If you move the chrome trim you will see the holes. Seal the hole and the water problem stops. Silicone to the rescue :)
Posted on Nov 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is possible that the ac drain is clogged blowing some compressed air can clear it and allow water to flow again it is also possible the ac box may be leaking
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
SOURCE: Water is leaking INSIDE my car
Well, the A/C drain may very well be clogged. What happens is, trash and leaves and such will fall into the fresh air vent outside the car eventualy making its way down into the air box, where the evap core is located. The evap core housing/ air box has a drain for the condensation from the evap core to drain. This drain gets stopped up from the dirt, leaves and trash, in turn causes the condensation to overflow into the car. One way to avoid this in the future is to run your A/C on the recirculated air mode, thast way your not pulling all the trash in from outside.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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Unless this happens in the rain as well, I would not worry about it. Likely in the car wash, far more water is coming in than the normal drain system can handle, therefore causing it to overflow. If you do have a drain obstruction, find the drain hose (small right angle hose on firewall passenger side) and roll it in your fingers to clear it.
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
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