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Water in the floor on the front right side - 1997 Toyota Avalon

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Sounds like the heater core is leaking.

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Center console removal


Well, this good to be interesting to say the least, and probably long as well. By my gm. service information your going to need to take out the front bucket seats so the sides of the console can come off.


Remove the left front seat . Refer to Bucket Seat Replacement .



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Front Floor Console Extension Panel



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Retainer Clip (Qty: 5) same for right side.



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Component Name






Preliminary Procedure

Remove the right front seat. Refer to Bucket Seat Replacement .







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Front Floor Console Extension Panel







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Retainer Clip (Qty: 5)








Front Floor Console Accessory Trim Plate Assembly


Procedure

Use a flat bladed plastic trim tool in order to release the console accessory trim plate from the console assembly.



2



Retainer Clips (Qty: 5)



Remove the front floor console accessory trim plate. Refer to Front Floor Console Accessory Trim Plate Replacement.



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Front Floor Console Accessory Housing Screw (Qty: 2)




Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in the Preface section.




Tighten

2 N?·m (18 lb in)



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Front Floor Console Accessory Housing Assembly


Procedure




  1. Disconnect the electrical connectors.


  2. When replacing the front floor console accessory housing assembly, transfer all necessary components





  1. Remove the rght or left front floor console extension panel. Refer to Front Floor Console Extension Panel Replacement - Right Side or Front Floor Console Extension Panel Replacement - Left Side .


  2. Remove the front floor console cup holder housing. Refer to Front Floor Console Cup Holder Housing Replacement .



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Front Floor Console Rear Trim Panel Screw (Qty: 1)




Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in the Preface section.




Tighten

2 N?·m (18 lb in)



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Front Floor Console Rear Trim Panel



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Retainer Clip (Qty: 4)


Preliminary Procedures


  1. Remove the front floor console accessory trim plate. Refer to Front Floor Console Accessory Trim Plate Replacement .


  2. Remove the right and left front floor console fillers. Refer to Front Floor Console Filler Replacement .



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Front Floor Console Armrest Assembly Bolt (Qty: 4)




Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in the Preface section.




Tighten

9 N?·m (80 lb in)



2



Front Floor Console Armrest Assembly


Procedure

Position the armrest assembly out of the way leaving the electrical harness attached.



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Front Floor Upper Console Trim Plate


Procedure

Lift the rear of the trim plate first, releasing the retainers securing the trip plate to the console assembly.



4



Retainer Clips (Qty: 4)



Front Floor Console Replacement (Enclave)





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Preliminary Procedures




  1. Remove the front floor console accessory trim plate. Refer to Front Floor Console Accessory Trim Plate Replacement .


  2. Remove the right and left front floor console extension panels. Refer to Front Floor Console Extension Panel Replacement - Right Side and Front Floor Console Extension Panel Replacement - Left Side .


  3. Disconnect the automatic transmission range selector lever cable. Refer to Range Selector Lever Cable Replacement .







1





Front Floor Console Screw (Qty: 2)




Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in the Preface section.




Tighten

2 N?·m (18 lb in)







2





Front Floor Console Bolt (Qty: 10)




Tip

Before installing the right lower forward bolt, ensure that the console wiring harness is tucked below the fastener location to avoid driving the bolt into the harness.




Tighten

9 N?·m (80 lb in)







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Front Floor Console Assembly


Procedure



  1. Note location and routing of the front floor console wiring harness prior to removal of the front floor console assembly to ensure proper reinstallation.


  2. Disconnect the electrical connectors.


  3. With the aid of an assistant remove the console assembly from the vehicle.


  4. When replacing the front floor console, transfer all necessary components.





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Jan 10, 2015 | 2008 Buick Enclave

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Water leaking into rear driver's side floor board.


several qs. What year make and model is the car? Is car level when water fills floor? Does it always happen every time it rains fairly heavily? Is the trunk always dry? Talk to other owners for their experience.

Nov 27, 2013 | 1992 Buick Riviera

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Water leak in floor


orIs the water coming from above the floor(front or side windows)(is the puddle big) or from underneath the floor(slowly spreads)? I think you have a lot of water coming in from a leaky window gasket, most probably in the front window.

Mar 12, 2013 | 2004 Lincoln LS

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Water leaking on front passenger side floor, 2004 Lincoln


possibly you have a bad window seal on passenger side
glass shop should be able to verify and replace seal for you

Jan 26, 2013 | Lincoln Town Car Cars & Trucks

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Front right floor always wet


Ac condensation could be building up and dripping in cab.If so under car on passenger side were floor board meets firewall should be a small hose or maybe even just a hole where water to drip. First i use like a coat hanger to clean out.

Oct 21, 2012 | 1995 Ford Crown Victoria

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WATER IS LEAKING INTO RIGHT FRONT FLOOR


I had the same problem on my 98 Century. Turned out when I had my oil changed, they dislodged a rubber "gasket" ( a foot long piece of rubber ) mounted on the firewall seam right in front of the passenger compartment air filter box under the passenger side windsheld wiper. It diverts water from the windshield so it doesn't flow into the fan blower box and onto the floor. It's a crappy design. If it's not in place all the water runs into the car. I had two inches of water on the floor, had to pull up and wring out the soundproofing, hit it with a hair dryer ( took two days to dry ), same for the rug. Put some silicone in the slot on the bottom of the rubber piece and set it on the firewall seam. You should see where it was originally. Good luck.

Nov 04, 2011 | 1997 Buick Century

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When driving my 1999 Buick Lesabre in rain water will appear in the floor well on passenger side in the back. The water comes from under the carpet as much as an inch. The 4 surrounding sides of the floor...


Hey Gary!

I have noticed this condition in a few cars and have found the solution to be one of the following in each incidence ;
Cause :The drain plug in the floor board was dislodged / missing.
(assume that someone had spilled or inundated the rear compartment floor pan at one point and dislodged the plugs to relieve the excess?).
Correction : reseal the plug holes (bung holes).
Inspection proposal ;
Lay on the ground and inspect the underside of the suspect area of the vehicle. Note the 2.5 inch diameter simetrical holes with black rubber plugs protruding them.
Note condition and presence of plugs.

The front right inner fender (plastic liner that isolates the splash from tread water exhaust) is compromised , allowing the water to flow from the tire to the interior rear floor pan via the hollow thresh hold under the doors (assuming they have not rotteed out yet) to the point in the upper structural pillar between the front and rear compartments.

Solution ; GREATSTUFF the area and paint with a matching paint color.

Sep 29, 2011 | 1999 Buick LeSabre

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WATER INFILTRATION FRONT RIGHT SIDE , AND WATER ACCUMULATION ON BACK REAR RIGHT FLOOR PANEL !!


It sounds like your a/c drain is plugged. It's under hood passenger side, on fireall, rubber hose, curved down, clean out

Aug 09, 2011 | 2005 Lincoln Town Car

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2002 Honda Accord Wet Floor


most common problem is the a/c condensor tube is clogged and is under the car and needs to be cleared with compressed air. also the sunroof track has 4 drain tubes and the right front may be clogged or leaking. you can check that by pouring a cup of water down the right front drain tube in the sunroof track and see if water comes out by the right front wheel

Oct 31, 2009 | 2002 Honda Accord

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Water accumulating on the floor front right passenger side.


First thing to do is to check if the A/C condenser is letting the water out of the car to the floor. Go ride for a while with the air conditioner ON go back home and see if water falls. after 5 minutes the car stopped water should appear on the floor. if this does not happen, then you should check the air conditioning water evacuation pipe. May be it moved. This has never happened but is a possibility. If this is not the error, then you should take the rug out of the floor of the car and checkif there is a problem with the floor.

Sep 13, 2008 | 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

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