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2014 sonata and all the floors in the car are soaking wet,I need to know what the problem is also my car windows are wet inside every morning, never has this happened till now, please help?


Hi, there was a problem with the rear lights seal allowing water to penetrate into the interior car floor. The windows are wet inside because of the condensation caused by the wet floor / carpets.

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How to stop taillights from fogging


It's fine. If you want to seal them up some more, you could probably use some kind of sealant to cover up any openings in the tail lights. I see it all the time after I wash my car. But no damage has occurred as of yet that I know of and I've had it since January of this year.

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Condensation inside trunk


You can also have a leak around one of the tail lights, or the rear window seal.
You may need the help of a good body shop to find the problem.

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Fuses panel described in English


Hope this helps your out. I know the diagram and locator is a bit blurry but hopefully it gets what you need.
Drivers kick panel:
Front wiper 20A - Front wiper system Cigar 15A- Cigarette lighter Audio 10A- Audio, remote control mirror Air Bag 10A -Air bag diagnostics Stop lights- 15A -Rear brake light, high mounted stop light ECU B+ 10A - Shift lock actuator, transaxle controle module, radio, engine control module Room 10A - Interior light, clock, ignition key reminder, rear cargo area light switch ABS 10A- Anti lock brake system control unit ECU IG1 10A - Transaxle control module, shift lock actuator, ABS control unit, DRL unit Meter 10A - Instrument panel, back-up switch, electronics time control module, inhibit switch Turn signal 10A- Hazard switch ,front and rear turn lights, turn indicator IGN1 20A - Ignition switch ABS 30A- ABS pump motor TNS 30A- Tail light, license plate light COOL/FAN 30A- Cooling fan Cond/Fan 20A- A/C condenser fan Starter 15A- Start signal , Fuel pump Blower 25A- Blower Motor SR/ACC 10A - Ignition switch Hazard 15A - Hazard and turn signal light D/Lock 25A- Door locks ABS 30A - Anti lock brake system control P/W RH 20A- Power window motor right hand P/W LH 20A- Power window motor left hand IGN2 25A- Ignition Switch
Engine compartment :
Head 25A- headlights IG 2 30A- Ignition switch IG coil 15A -Ignition coil, condenser,generator IC regulator, diagnostic connector. O2 down 10A- Rear O2 sensor O2 up 10A- Front O2 sensor Fuel pump 10A -Fuel pump unit Injector 10A -Fuel injector ,camshaft positioning sensor, purge solenoid valve, EVAP, IAC actuator, Mass Airflow sensor, EGR stepper motor. fuel pump relay coil, vehicle speed sensor. A/Con 10A - A/C compressor controls, cooling fan BTN 30A- Brake light , high mounted stop light. Tail light LH 10A- License plate light, tail light , rear combo light, instrument panel illumination Tail light RH 10A-License plate light, tail light , rear combo light, instrument panel illumination Head low 15A- Headlight Head Hi 15A-Headlight Horn 15A- Horn jlmacman.png jlmacman_0.png

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I have water leaking on the right rear floor passenger side


Sounds to me like your issue is with condensation from your air conditioner. The condensation isn't properly draining, probably from a damaged or clogged drain hose.

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I can't find the rear ac expansion valve on my 95 chevy suburban?


Remove two trim panels from just inside back window and just inside rear side door passenger side. They run down from the head liner. Remove seat belt bolt ( TORX HEAD ) also. Remove lower half of trim from just inside rear side door. You should see screws holding weel cover in place. The top under glass just lifts up slightly to remove entire cover. Just a few more screws and you can hinge the top cover of the duct and fan. You will now see the top half of the rear condenser and if you look down beside it you will see the expansion valve. This about as close as you will get to changing the valve though because the freon lines running to the condenser will be stuck so solidly you would have to destroy the lines on either side of the nut to seperate them. You cannot reach the valve without lifting the condenser from its tray and you cannot lift the condenser without removing the lines from it!!! Good luck!!!

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Condensation build up on inside of rear light on RX8


In regards to condensation/water buildup in rear lamp assembly of 2004 RX-8; the problem is defective gaskets. They degrade over time and fall apart. If your vehicle is still under warranty the dealership will replace the gaskets as per recall. Since it is not a safety issue, as my dealer told me, if your warranty has expired you can purchase new gaskets (around $40 each) or remove the tail lights yourself and apply silcone or rubber gasket sealant to the old gasket (inquire with a body shop as to what to use, I used Permatex ULTRA Rubber Gasket Sealant & Dressing).WARNING: Do not use solvents of any type to assist in the removal water/condensation for light assembly as solvents will dry out the lens and crack them: which is what happened to me, however a few days later my neighbor hit my car and damaged the light so I had it replaced. Handle the light assembly carefully as they can crack easily.

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Condensation in my lexus rear light


there is a leak, the tail lights are plastic welded seams they leak and allow a tiny amount of water vapor in. Have seen this 100's of times. You will need a new tail light assembly.

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Condensation in light housing


Lance,

You won't be able to get the condensation out of the lamps. The light assemblies are sealed and only have a small hole where ther bulbs go in as well as a small vent. The condensation is normal and will come and go. Even if you put a new light assmebly on the car you could still get the condensation. Go to the dealer for the brake pedal pad.

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Renault clio 1.2 16v dyn REAR LIGHTS NOT WORKING


So thankful for this site and the answer to the problem, which was infact the black connectors under the passenger side well..Cheers again i've saved myself £100's x

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