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Water coming out of the back inside of the driver side head

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Depends which motor you have some have a water tube on rear of heads

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I have a mercury mariner and when it rains the inside driver side gets wet


If you have a sun roof,drop the head liner
& check to see if the drain hose is off

If not, then try running the hose on it, with someone
inside checking for water intrusion,so you can narrow
it down to where it comes from

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Mazda Bt50 cab leaks on drivers side


I recently purchased a 2008 BT50 dual cab then 2 days later we had 500mm of rain and of course it leaked :( I had about 80mm of water on the drivers side floor and 30mm on the passenger side floor. I stripped the interior out of the car and started hosing the outside and watching where it was coming in. I took all the windscreen surrounds off and the cowl panel off below the screen there was no water coming in from that area. I had taken the gutter seals off but left the door seals on so the water was running down around the outside of the seals (with the door shut) and out at the bottom. From inside near the drivers side kick panel I could see water coming through seams in the metal work and when I took the door seal rubber off the body on the car I could see water was getting in at the top of the door seal rubber going down the front inside edge of the rubber and getting in through the seam where the rubber push's onto the body of the car (first problem). I took all the door seal rubbers off and run a bead of non corrosive silicon inside the cavity and pushed them back on. It seemed to have fixed the problem I dried the carpet and put it back together..Two weeks later we got another 325mm of rain and it leaked again :( not near as bad this time. Looking at the bottom of the door where the door trim meets the door I could see water coming from behind the trim and then into the car. I took the door trims off and could see water gets in when the window is up (all cars do) and is supposed to run out the drain holes in the bottom of the door but the water was dripping and splashing up to the back side of the door trim against the sheet of plastic that is supposed to seal against the door with the black mastic (it doesn't) and running straight into the car. I cut some plastic and siliconed them onto each opening on the inside of the door frame and then put the factory piece of plastic on as well (properley this time) as a backup.
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We replaced the theromostat and the radiator but it is still leaking under the car on the drivers side


Leaking water on teh drivers side indicates a cracked block or cracked head in most cases. Unless you have a water injected motor, I don't remember Ford using one, there are no water ports on that side of the motor. It could be the water pump leaking and being pushed back when the vehicle is running so check for leaks around the water pump. You need to check the heads, side of the engine block and the freeze plugs to make sure there are no cracks or leaks around the head gasket seal.

Jul 06, 2011 | 2000 Lincoln LS

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I think water pump went out, but before all that work was to be done I noticed that I put water in the radiator and once I start the car water comes out from the water pump nipple and alot of water comes...


No it is not a cracked head, your water pump has a pressure hole to give you an indication that the pump is getting there. when the motor is running the pressure builds up and squirts the water all over, resulting in misleading you.

Sep 09, 2010 | 1993 Chrysler Lebaron

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Water leak drips on leftside but is not from water pump. seems to come from back side and runs tword the front, shows wet down low and in back close to firewall.


There is a metal pipe on the back head that has coolant in it going to the heater core. Also there are also small rubber hoses (2) on the driver side toward the rear of the engine. Run your hand under the above listed items to see if you can feel coolant. If the above don't show any leak then it could be a head gasket leaking to the outside of the engine. Good Luck

Aug 31, 2010 | 1999 Cadillac DeVille

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Replacing passenger side mirror on 2004 Hyundai Elantra.


tools:
philip head screw driver,
flat head screw driver
metric socket std and deep.
rachet metric or 3/8 driver with a adaptor.
socket extension.
lower the windows.
look for small plastic cover on the door handle and door pull, pop the cover with a samll flat head screw and loosen the screws with philip head screw driver.
pull the in side panel from the button of the door panel with the help of screw driver and along the sides.
push the inside panel up wards to clear the glass. and disconnect any of the electric wiring. and left the panel out of the way.
take the window switch from the door pnael and roll up the windows.
peel down th inside water seal.
you should be able to get to the mounting screws for the mirror.

May 13, 2009 | 2004 Hyundai Elantra

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Rain water leaks through front driver side speaker.


Most of the door panels have a plastic liner - usually white between the door and the door panel. It normally is glued onto the inside of the metal door itself. There is a formed indentation for the speaker that are supposed to keep the moisture from entering the speaker from the back side. Thus, the speaker should only be wet if it gets wet from inside the car. I would make sure that the speaker has this kind of a shield on the back side. Rick

Apr 14, 2009 | 1999 Toyota Camry

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HEAD LIGHTS


Had same problem. Trace common headlight wires back to drivers side. Will be joined together inside black plastic sheath. Open and look for broken wire and reconnect. May have to get under truck to find low point where water has entered sheath and corroded wire. If I remember right it was a blue wire. Good luck.

Dec 18, 2008 | 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

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