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Chevy cobalt water leaking from under glove box

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SOURCE: Part under gove box leaking water

This happened to me many different times. The dealership kept telling me that it was condensation and that I needed to get a new cabin air filter. I went to another shop that said it was a major issue that needed to be taken care of at the dealership under warranty...

Finally, I complained at the dealership that this was a repeated problem. They looked at what they called a "check sheet" (recalls that they don't notify the customers of) and determined that there was a certain gasket that was never put on at the factory.

They put on the gasket, and I haven't had the problem since.

Posted on Apr 09, 2009

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SOURCE: water leak in passener side under the glove compartment

CHECK THE DRAIN TUBE FOR YOUR A/C EVAPERATOR, LITTLE TUBE COMONG OUT OF THE FIRE WALL AT BOTTOM, TAKE A SMALL WIRE & CLEAN IT OUT

Posted on May 26, 2009

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SOURCE: Water leaking from under the glove box

under the cowl grille where your wiper arms are located is a cabin air filter usually water leaks in from there stick a dollar bill between door and weatherstrip close door and check for slight tension. if bill pulls out without any pressure at all, it could very well be there. make sure you go up down and all around the door

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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SOURCE: water leaking on floor under glove box

Hi. the heater core is leaking. i would replace This damaged core asap. there is a shut-off valve you can use to heel the leak until you can repair this issue. the shut-off valve is located under the hood on the fire wall center area.

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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SOURCE: water leaking in glove box?

There are three possible fluid can leak though the glove box.

Leaves and dirty block the drainage pathway..
Rain water/car wash water will seek the lowest spot.

AC condenser water drainage pathway may be block.

Windshield washer hose come off and window washer fluid somehow find it was to the interior.

Try to identify the smell of the liquid. It may just be Wet ones wipes.


Good luck
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Posted on Jul 15, 2009

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