Question about Toyota Corolla
If this model has a mechanical oil guage.. the line going to the back of it ruptured and is bleeding out.. needs removed or capped off..
Posted on Dec 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Can you feel up wards of the water to see if its coming from your vents?Possible drain clog.In the cowl fresh air is pulled in for your air conditioner.Rain and snow get in thru there too and are drained out the bottom.Open your hood and look at the area where the heater hoses go in,near the bottom of the housing is the drain.When you clean it out don't push in the hole to far so you don't pierce the condenser or heater core.The only other thing that I can think of for a leak would be the windshield seal.
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
Testimonial: "Thank you. I will try the drain as the leak is not coming from the vents. Rug is only wet at point center..no dripping from underneath the dash. "
There is a small plastic hook attached to the floor that goes through the metal ring on the floormat to keep it in place. the hook's open side should face the back of the car, so just pull the mat towards the drivers seat and it should come loose. No clips or anything, just that one hook and ring.
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
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