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1. I answered the starting and battery question in your duplicate posting on this question.
2. The air conditioning system requires a drain system to direct condensation (ie water) out of the vehicle. It is quite normal for the air con system to produce water as you know.. If you have water leaking into the car interior when running the aircon it is an indication that the drain is blocked and the water cannot escape. The drain tube runs to the underside of the vehicle and if it is blocked this can often be right at the end of the drain tube under the car. That is the first point to check.
I think that has 2 metal L shaped retaining bars on back sides of assembly. Pull those up and top section falls off basically..remove bulb by twisting and pour water out..can drill small hole in bottom back side to let future water drain..if hole is seen it can be failed for inspection...but so can water or condensation in light..
Replace assembly a seal is bad or cracked
The bottom light is held in w a tab behind light once top section is out it will visible le
do the A/C mold killing spray , procedures.
on most newer cars with the filter in dash.
you remove the filter and spray that killer down in there.
this kills the mold in the condesate tray.
also clean the condensate drain tube that goes from (USA) passengers toes to below car, as pool of fresh water as seen
on all cars with A/C running,or parking after.
if the tube cloges water can go stagnent and as the name implies.
i had this problem with a vectra turned out just inside the boot door channel there is water drainage holes and sometimes they fill up with moss and leafs ect. unblock the drainage holes also have u checked under the carpet mine did the same and in the sparewheel compartment underneath was a puddle of dirty rain water in the end i drilled a 5 mil hole just to drain it and incase the drainage holes wernt the prob worked for me took months to get the damp smell out tho yuk if not the problem only other to things i could think it could be is the rubber seals failing that on some cars petrol cap can cause it hope this helps goodluck
check under drivers side carpet under fuel pedal, there should be a small black hose which is supposed to run through a hole in the floor to the outside. This is a condensation drain tube. If it is not draining it will follow channels in floor to the back drv side floor well.
if i remember right the mirror allows water into the door cavity where it sits and stinks. it comes through from the back(glass) side. do u use the pressure washer alot? not a fix for it other than clean inside door well and you can drill a few 3/16" holes in the bottom of doore to drain the moisture. good luck and let us know what u find
This usually means that the drain holes are clogged, which causes water
to collect where it shouldn't. In a short time, it becomes stagnant and
smelly. You'll need to remove the cover from the a/c and clean out the
drain holes and probably also the pan underneath it. Don't use anything
sharp or metal though.