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2003 camry sloshing sound in dash in front of driver-possible drain in front of windshield plugged?

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SOURCE: Sounds kind of like sloshing noise.

may be your heater core

Posted on May 29, 2009

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SOURCE: looking to unclog the a/c drain hose/tube

Look around the firewall for flaps or holes that are blocked at the bottom.

Rain water or wash water accumulates in the body and sloshes around.

Debris can block the drainage holes, just like in a gutter.

Good luck to you on this one.

Posted on Jul 08, 2010

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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.
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My airconditioner drain must be clogged because when I turn a corner or hit a bump I hear water sloshing around behind my dash on the passangers side


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The drain for your A/C may be clogged causing the water to accumulate. You should be able to locate the drain from under the vehicle on the pasenger side, perhaps there is an accumulation of debri such as leaves for example. Also, sunroof drain may also be blocked. I can say I have seen this problem before, and its a good place to start. Good luck

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Thank you for allowing me to assist you with your issue.

Since you have described that there was a buildup of leaves under your hood, my experience here indicates that the "cowl drains" are also plugged up with debris. The "cowl" is where the air enters the heater box intake (this is the area under the hood, in front of the windshield, with a black screen-looking thingy under the wipers). Since air has to get in here, water & debris can also get in. There are drain areas on both sides of the cowl (in the corners) to eliminate water from building up in the cowl area. Try this: Take a bucket of water, and dump it under the windshield area where the screen is on the cowl panel. Look behind each of the front tires for water draining onto the ground. You should see a very steady stream of water on both sides. If not, you may have to take a garden hose & spray vigorously until the debris is carried thru. You could also take off the wipers and the plastic cowl panel for easier access to the corners where the drains are blocked. In any case, a large volume of water will usually make its way thru the blockage. This will cure your issue. Please repost if you have any further questions, or need additional assistance; glad to be of service to you.

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