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Water leaking on floor under glove box - 2006 Dodge Caravan

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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.

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Your heater core has gone out, Have a shop replace it or you can do it your self, Little bit of work but it can be done

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Heater core is bad. Relatively cheap part, but royal pain to change on most vehicles

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Hi your problem solved, You have three drain plugs at the front of the windscreen. One at each side of the window and one under the windscreen wiper arm, Solution clean them out and you will have no more problem Jim W,

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Th cowling let in fresh air for the heateer and defroster, Their is a drain in the bottom of the cowling or heater ductwork which allows the water to escape before going into the car. I woudl gues that the drain is stopped up..

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SOURCE: Water leaking into car from behind the glove box.

look under hood on the fire wall on the side of the leak see if you can see where it is coming in

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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.


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