Question about 1994 Chrysler LeBaron
Open the door, and look underneath the door. you should see holes in the door where the water should drain from. see if they are blocked
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
let's try something here and see if works,
get a garden water hose and put the most pressure near where you see leaking water and have someone inside the car look for it.
Posted on May 08, 2009
it is located on the right side of the vehicle very close to the firewall, it is easiest to look under the truck or underhood of the truck lower right side of firewall for a rubber tube about 1-2 inches long, find the tube and squeeze it, dirt wasps like to build nests in there, if crud runs out it should run water when a/c is on, if it is dripping with a/c on it may not be clogged, but look anyway
Posted on May 20, 2009
If this only occurs during heavy rain you have a problem with the drains around the bulkhead. Alternatively the heater matrix could be leaking. Check to make sure you are not loosing coolant from the engine. If you find you are constantly topping up the coolant then heater matrix is suspect.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
SOURCE: Rain water on driver side floor.
WHAT RAIN S.CA?! im in riverside. try looking under the vehicle(if you can find a dry spot) and locate the drain port for the a/c on the passenger side. if its plugged(a good way to test is turn on the a/c and wait for aboput 15 inutes to see if it begins to drain condensation. to unplug, you can take a coat hanger and gently insert it into the rubber drain spout to clear out any leaves or debris especially if you park under a tree. also the drains for a sunroof down the A pillars(windshield frame) could also be to blame. you can test this by using compressed air at the front most corners and blowing through. another consideration is... did you have the windshield replaced this summer? you may need to take it back. cheers
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
you might want to peel the carpet back and check for hole in the floor board. this is not something you can see just by crawling under to look at. Light has to pass through. Carpet pulls up easy from under the pedals, remove thebottom of the door jam like four screws and then you will know for sure.
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
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