So far all ive gathered is that water has somehow found its way onto the floor in the backseat passenger side floor were the power wires to the stereo are located. im still trying to find out how to fix this problem and once i do ill post it on here. THIS DOES **** !(
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Some ideas for you: Usually the problem is the drain hose from the air conditioning in your vehicle is leaking or plugged up or was damaged somehow and the condensate water is running onto your floor. Was the car even in an accident where the right front fender was involved? Might you have insects such as a mud-dauber wasp might have built a mud nest inside the bottom of the drain tube? The drain tube usually would drain the water only when running the A.C. out under the feet of your passenger, but under the car, not inside. I just finished two years of chasing a leak that was on the driver's side of an old Honda Civic, to find salt had eaten a hole in the firewall under the windshield behing the driver's wiper assembly.
I had the same problem with a 1994 Taurus. Within the front fender was 10 years of pine needles and leaves blocking the drain backing the water up in and over the fire wall and into the front passenger seat floor. I took a LONG pair of needle nose pliers threw the passenger side door, and was able to remove enough debree. After pulling out out about 5 fist full's of yuck, 1 gallon a water that was stuck some where poured out flushing out the drain. I did the same on the drivers side. After that I had no problems with floods. I hope this helps. If not check your back door weather stripping if you have one. I have heard water leaking behind the passengers seatbelt and onto the floor from under the seat. Got to love Florida's rain season(s)
drill a hole through the floor as a quick fix ,if it gets in let it out ,then check for the leak ,try under the firewall where the AC drain pipe is ,it could be the same pipe for drain water coming in from air intake vents
Unless this happens in the rain as well, I would not worry about it. Likely in the car wash, far more water is coming in than the normal drain system can handle, therefore causing it to overflow. If you do have a drain obstruction, find the drain hose (small right angle hose on firewall passenger side) and roll it in your fingers to clear it.
Water on the floor indicates a heater core leak. You may also find a mist coming from the inside of the car when you run the heat and or AC. If this is the case, have your heater core checked out. Best of luck.
if it's water, and not gas it's not your fuel pump. if it's water and not a sweet smelling green or red liquid it's not your cooling system. it's probally condensation from your ac, have you been using your ac alot? if so no worries. or a bad window or door seal and it's letting in water onto your floor. and yous aid under the door, so it's on the ground or on the floor of the vechile? if on the ground, more then likely it's just your weep drain from your ac system.
I had the same problem we found that the rubber gasket by the fresh air filter below the front windshield had come loose replaced the rubber gasket no more trouble we had trouble with the front seat floor being wet also passenger side only