Question about 2003 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
It could also be coming from the blower motor (if you have a cabin filter). I have a 2000 Monte Carlo SS with a Cabin Filter and was replaced by someone who obviously who did not know what they were doing, I placed the seal where it needed to go, added silicon to the seal to hold it in place and built the seal up so it forms a nice seal when the plastic piece under the window is placed back on. So far no leaks!
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
Either your heater core is leaking or the evaporate drain is clogged the latter is easier too fixjust clean out the hole from underneeth with some thing that wont damage the evaporator if its pure water and when the a/c is on if its hot and coolant colored the heater core has too be replaced the heater core is cheap however it takes all day too tear the dash apart to replace it thats expensive
Posted on May 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
where your battery sits look inside there maybe some twigs and leaves blooking the drainage holes look all along there i had similar problem on vw passat no arm in looking hope this helps?good luck
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
Engine coolant will feel oily and the windshield will fog up and the car will stink. If it is just water it could be coming from the passenger door weatherstrip at top. The ac drain tube , if stopped up will also leak water in the floorboard.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
I would lean more towards one of the drain tubes being disconnected. You will have to get into the headliner to check. Your leak is in the front, I would remove the sun visors and the trim on the windsheild pillars, this should allow enough room to see it the drain tube is loose. The drain tubes usually push onto a nipple at the front of the track, if it's loose just push it back on and secure with a zip tie.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
Sounds like your drain is pluged. The drain is on pass. Side on fire wall. More than likely will have to get under car to find it. Try shooting some compressed air into drain port
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
It sounds as if the drain line from the vent is plugged. You'll need to get under the car (jack stands please ) to locate. In your forward vent where air comes in for your AC or just Vent rain will obviously get in to it. There is a drain hole at the bottom of this to allow water to flow out. With time from dead bugs, leaves, road dirt... this vent can plug. Under the car locate this vent line, place a small wire up within it to remove the blockage. After doing you may want to both test and flush by use of a garden hose. If there is a lot of accumulated debris it might plug back right away and you'll have to clear again.
I hope this may have helped,
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
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