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Water leak driverside foot well wen washing car and web it rains Mazda 323f 2001

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Check the drain in your front air vent in the grill just in front of your windshield.

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Check the weather stripping around the door

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When it rains my park lights come on and brake lights come on dash lights wont shut off


Sounds like you have either a leak in your windsheild or the frot cowl water is getting in and causing it to short your switches

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Lots of rain water leaking into front passenger foot rest.


Are you certain it is rain water? It could be condensation from the A/C coil that fails to drain out of the drain pan, or possibly coolant from a leaking heater core. If you are certain it is rain water, depending upon the age of the vehicle, and possibly some other things, here are the possible options:

  1. Leaking door gasket.
  2. Leaking windshield seal due to rust
  3. Leaking windshield seal due to improper installation
  4. Leaking windshield seal due to acoustic (sound) over pressure (if you have extreme sound system with heavy bass)
  5. If you have a sunroof, if the drain hose comes down the passenger side door column, it could be leaking into the passenger compartment rather than drain through the floor pan.

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Rain water intering driverside floor pan. ( car sitting still). What to check?


start checking with soneone in car and one with a hose ,my dodge leaked at window gasket ,just do one spot at a time .

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I have a blocked rain duct that is causing water to leak into the passenger foot well of my Mk3 Mazda mx5. Anybody got any instructions on how to clean all rain ducts, (expecially front) without having to...


Unsure about later models however on the early ones, look under the car where the sill is welded to the floor there is a lip hanging down ( where you put the jack ) . If you look along the join you will see slight rearward facing bumps in the panel pressings. These are the drains. Using a nail or piece of wire you can clear these ( make sure your sleves are rolled up to keep them from getting wet)
These are rear only , I suspect the water is coming from the back and running forward.
Good luck Marshall

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2009 Mazda 3 found water puddled under floor mat on drivers side, where is it coming from?


Could be condensation from the air conditioner. This normally drains out a tube near the glove box, onto the ground. If this drain tube comes off or is clogged, the water will drain into the interior of the car instead.
Could also be a leak around the windshield, door, or sunroof.
When do you notice it most? Warm humid days, or after a rain or car wash?

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Mazda Tribute. Water leak under driver's feet. Had similar leak on passenger's side and it was the air-conditioning. Could this be the same?


Generally, water on the passenger side is the A/C drain tube.
Driver side generally means widshield or sun roof seal leak.
Did you wash the Mazda or did it rain prior to puddling?
Before disassembling the windshield seal, test ... with a water hose (Remove floormat and place a towel on newspapers on the driver's side floor).
There is a "smoke" test" that can more accurately find the leak. See if you local AutoZone will rent one (maybe free) to you.

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'03 Accord-water leak at rear driver side floor board


I had a similar leak on a 1995 Accord. I traced the issue to the plastic liner behind the door panel. The seal was broken at the bottom and water would leak from that to the rubber weatherstrip at the bottom of the door that seals at the plastic threshold molding. You can't really see it good until the door panel is removed. The water would drip until it puddled up enough to run over the threshold molding and under the driver's seat. This caused the floorboard behind the driver's seat to be soaked after a rain. I have resealed the plastic lining but of course it hasn't rained since. I'm confident this will solve my problem and hopefully provide you a new place to look for yours.

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Mazda 323f: Rain water leak into cabin on drivers side, low down.


I am fixing a similar problem on my daughter's 2002 323 Hatchback (Australian BJ model, RH drive) at the moment. Rainwater comes in from above the clutch pedal.

If you look down thru the vents in front of the windshield near the wipers, you will see a spot-welded body seam running across the bottom of that recess. This is where hers is leaking. I originally sealed it with a RTV silicone sealant which fixed the problem but after approximately 6 months it has started leaking again. I am going to remove the silicone and seal over the seam with a brushable bitumen -type sealer.

Remove windscreen wipers and the vent panel for easy access to the area.

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A/c problems


THERE IS TWO PORTS
ONE FOOR THE LOW SIDE , ONE FOR THE HIGH SIDE.
WHAT YEAR IS THE CAR ??
TNX

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