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There is a drain in the bottom of the ac unit that is plugged- that is causing the condensation to go into the car- look from under the car and see a short rubber hose point straight down that is not connected to anything-take a short piece of wire put a hook in the end and pull the blockage out- Denny
Posted on Dec 30, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you need to try to first figure out if it is coolant or water, if smells like coolant most likely the heater core , if smells like plain old water the drain for the evap might be clogged and it is located out side under hood on the fire wall it is on the pass side of the fire wall either a small plastic tube sticking out or a rubber tube sticking out , you might have to jack up van and get to it from underneath, take a coat hanger and work it in and out and trash like leaves and such will come out and maybe water as well , then check to see if you got it start van with a/c on high watch for the water to come out and drip on ground. and last you have seals around doors and windshield ect but seals usually do not put water on both sides unless servere rain good luck
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
SOURCE: water in the footwell
Check under the hood on the firewall on the driver's side. There are body grommets which sometime crack, fall out, or are damaged by stereo installers, trailer brake controller installation, or CB/shortwave radio installers. Also, if you smell antifreeze, it is a coolant leak. If you smell mildew, it is rainwater entering the cabin. Your windshield could be leaking.
And the worst, and incurable: a body seam weld could have broken.
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
my brother-in-law had this same problem with his truck and we fixed it with clear sylicone all the way around the windshild and almost all of the firewall. sence we did that he has not had any more water problems.
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
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