Question about 1999 Mercedes-Benz CLK
After a very heavy downpour (possibly unrelated), I had a severe water leak in the passenger side foot area (poured out and resulted in standing water). I took the panel under the glove box out and it was soaked. There is a box with sliding plastic latches and it was full of water also. I removed it and there is something electrical in the box. I don't know what this is. Di I have a leak from the outside or is this A/C condensation that has not drained properly? Maybe it is something else. Any ideas? Thanks.
Hi your problem solved, You have three drain plugs at the front of the windscreen. One at each side of the window and one under the windscreen wiper arm, Solution clean them out and you will have no more problem Jim W,
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
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