Question about Oldsmobile Cars & Trucks
Need to locate drain tube both sides were getting wet now only driver side is wet all the time.I think it gets more water wen I use heater
If you have a sunroof- take the head liner out and you can check them and if they are hooked up- unhook them and blow compressed air through them to makes sure they are not clogged- also take seats out pull up the carpets and run a fan into the car to dry up residule water- if the heater is leaking antifreeze the heater core will need to be replaced-Denny
Posted on Dec 29, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are three possibilities, the winshield seal is leaking, the door seal is defective or the door window seal is leaking, sometimes you can find out by having an assistant inside the car observe the areas mentioned while you spray the car with the pressure washer at the car wash.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
all of dodge models have a drain tube you'll find it over the rack n pinion on the right side passenger but you have to see when does the water comes in the floor board, when you use the AC or when it rains if it's the AC then it's you drain if it's when it rains then you have to check for leaks on your windshield or fire wall
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
in engine bay there are to bent pipes with caps on the them. on says H the other L. take the caps off and get a screw driver and a rag. place flat blade in the valve once you have taken the cap off the low side. and push the valve in causing the A/c gas out, the a/c gas can frezz in seconds so place rag over and dont let gas touch skin. one youv done low side do the same to the high side.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
The drains in the wiper wells are probably clogged. You need to remove the plastic 'vent screen' under the wipers to clear out the debris. Remove the wipers and a few screws, not difficult at all. Also, under the hood, you will see a vertical tube on each side of the car under the wiper wells. These can be removed from under the hood without removing the wipers, but you will probably have to clear the wells anyway. What happens is the water backs up and enters the car through the fresh air inlet and comes in around the blower fan. Good Luck.
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
there is a leak because the foam has disintegrated, or the seal has broken open down by where the feet of the passenger is. Rust stains tell me that the leak may be caused by a break in the body somewhere.
Try spraying expanding foam in the area between the plastic and the metal parts to try to seal out moisture from coming into the passenger compartment.
Posted on Jul 10, 2010
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