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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This means your air conditioner drain tube is clogged. This will take about a hour shop rate to repair or if you look behind the glovebox you will see it. Thanks
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
Check under the car to make sure all rubber drain plugs are in place.
( When I had a leak in my 98 Lincoln both sides of the floor panels were wet here the leak was from the moon roof drain tubes.) Look below thats how I found my problem.
Easiest way to find the leak I know it sounds strange but it works. Take a water hose and have someone spray the car down while your sitting inside and look for the leak. Thats how I found the leak in my car. It might take a few times but it works.
Posted on May 07, 2009
first make sure that the new molding is the the same size as the old one if it is make sure that its securely fastened to the body of the vehicle if all of these things are good you may have to make sure that the doors are not out of alignment.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
Normally when that happens it means your heater core has gone bad and needs replaced. I'm not really sure if it can be patched or not. Before anything though try running a radiator sealant through it first, If that don't work, Replace it.
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
SOURCE: 2000 Chevy Impala AC problem
I had the same problem. It's not the heater core that's actually located in the center by the transmission hump on these cars. My leak was coming from the gasket on the "cabin filter". You have to remove the windshield wiper arms and plastic trim to get to it. Basically you have a fresh air door that opens when the car is shut off. The Cabin filter sits above this and the rain is kept out by the gasket. The gasket is just sitting in place and mine came loose. I put it back with a weatherstripping adhesive. Haven't had a problem since.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
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