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2000 toyota tundra water leak passenger side under dash

Its not the windshield,i run the hose water on the hood vent and watched it dripping under the dash,can someone please help me fix it?thanks-mike

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    it only does it when it's raining hard-mike

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I know its a year later, but i went through this today. found out the problem is simple to fix. you have the black engine cowel just below the windshield. when you take the wipers off, and the screws out and lift that piece out you will see the white grommets that the screws screw into. they have a gasket that is under them that rots out. the 2 first passenger ones sit right above the fresh air intake for the a/c. take them out, clean it and use some rtv silicone to seal them up. put it all back together and let sure for a day before you test it.

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It may be leaking through the evaporator intake vent... There are no TSB's for any kind of water leak in 2000, you may just have to start disassembling stuff until you find where the water is originating from. It's probably something stupid, but check any rubber grommets, harnesses, the evap intake port, anything you can see that goes into where you can get it to leak from.

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