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Water on floor board of Jeep Liberty

Notice water on floor board of my Jeep front passanger side, almost a pond,going to the back floor board on passanger side. Can't see where it is coming from. Everytime it rains it gets soaked. Where is it coming from and how do I fix it. Its been going on for about a month and every time I think its dried up we get more rain. Please help

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  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    water build up in passanger floor boards when raining

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It is most likely coming from a dried up or improperly installed window seal at the bottom of the windshield (under the wiper trim)

Take the trim off and caulk yourself - or have the entire seal replaced.

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Posted on Jun 24, 2009

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    blueextc3221 Jun 24, 2009

    one thing i forgot to mention was to look at the weatherstripping of the blower motor (under the same plastic trim) If it is dryrotted or improperly installed - it will leak in through the blower motor housing, and may cause further problems with your HVAC down the road.

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    blueextc3221 Jun 24, 2009

    Do you have a sunroof? there is a drain that run down the passenger A-Pillar - if it is clogged or has come loose at the sunroof - the water will come in there.

    The HVAC system draws outside air from the cowl area, which has drains.
    When these drains become clogged with debris, car wash water/ heavy
    rain can run into the pass. compartment through the HVAC passage. Pull
    the covers off the cowl and clean out the drains.




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