Question about 2005 Chevrolet Malibu Maxx
Condensating on windows and back floor is soaked.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That can be caused by the door or window seals. Around all your doors there is a rubber seal, this seal can degrade and allow water into the interior. There are also seals around the windows and front and rear windshields. If I were you I would visually inspect all the rubber seals on all your doors and windows, if any part of the seals is worn it should be replaced. You can buy universal weatherstripping kits off the shelf at any auto parts store to replace any of yours that are bad and it's pretty easy to install. You can also pick up a tube of silicone sealent to seal any small gaps or cracks in the existing seals.
Hope this helps
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
I'm sure it's from the heater core. The water still go through it, You might get a wire hanger and stick up the drain hose on passengerside firewall,This get's stoped up sometimes and back's up to your floorboard. If this don't work your going to have to replace your hearer core, This cost around $25 but have to take the bottom dash out to replace. Best of luck to you. l
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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