Question about 2004 Ford Taurus
The drain has been checked there was no clog. I think the air conditioner plentum may be cracked.
I have a 2006 Fusion with the same issue and I fixed it for less than $2. There is a drain tube that goes from the passenger floor board out through the firewall to allow water to drain under the vehicle. However, water can travel along the underside and seep back into the vehicle. I went to a hardware store and bought a few inches of 5/8" tubing. I simply slipped this onto the drain and the water now flows down the tube and safely away from the interior of the car. Been dry ever since.
Posted on Sep 06, 2012
Take the plastic panel off under the glove box and pull the carpet back. Up a bit and in the center of the passengers footwell is where the drain passes through the firewall, this could be leaking and letting water in. While you are under there if you don't see any signs of water leaking at that tube look for signs of water leaking around the airbox for the HVAC.
Pull the passengers carpet up all the way, the padding under the carpet is probrably soaked also. Don't want that to mold.
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