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1996 grand am 3.1 wet floor on drivers side?

1996 grand am 3.1 wet floor on drivers side?

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    tim umbenhower Oct 09, 2017

    it is a channel for drain under floor it collects water and doesn't drain so water comes up into car and soaks floor board. I know it sounds weird but yes actually the water comes up into the car. you need to drill a hole under the car to allow drainage in the channel.



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Either your AC drain is clogged or the heater core is failing. Does your heat work well and blow hot air? If so, it's likely a clogged AC drain (although a bad heater core could be the issue). If it does not, your heater core is shot (replacement involves removal of the dashboard).

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