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Water accumulates on floor - not antifreeze.

Dealership did modification. Put o-ring somewhere????? Corrected for a while we thought. Now dealership is out of business and carpet is soaked!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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You may have a corporate telephone number on the bill or in your car manual. Call them about the work. If this is a problem in hot weather with the A/C on it, is a drain tube in the A/C ducts. The tube is plugged under the hood.
The "O" ring thing is not easy to figure out when we do not know where the carpet is wet at. Is it the rear of the car? The sliding door? Let Fixya know and someone may have fixed a similar problem.

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