Question about 2001 Plymouth Neon
There's a few different things that could be causing your floor to be wet, one is your heater/air conditioner unit has a drain tube on it to drain off condensation out of the box (inside the car) that contains the heater core and air conditioning evaporator, it is designed to drain to the outside of the car near the engine area, they often become plugged up with debris which don't allow them to drain though the hose and then begin dripping inside the car on the passenger side, the other possible case is that the windshield has been replaced and not sealed properly and water is entering around the windshield and dripping on the floor.also there is a minor possibility that water is entering around the door seal, although unless there has been damage to the door or door seal is very unlikely. thanks for using fixya
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
2004 TB 60,000 miles. i was just told that the leaking fluid in my passenger side floorboard was do to a clogged up A/c hose. An A/C works by drying/ removing the moisture from the air inside the vehicle and cooling it. The accumulated fluid is usually evacuated under the vehicle which is what you see when people are stopped at a red light and there is dripping under their car. when a hose is blocked there is a vent that from some reason flows directly into the passenger side floor board. If you can not manually knock loose the block your probably going to have to take it to a mechanic.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
SOURCE: water on passenger floorboard
Iside the car,in the middle of the console is a shallow tray.Its job is to catch the codensation that drips off the aircon.Same as you see hoses coming off home aircons.this is what is in the car.There is a hose,about as thick as a finger,that drains the codensation out through the firewall of the car and into the rear of the engine bay to the ground.There may be 2 hoses.One either side if its a split catchtray.The hose has either been knocked off or is blocked.Usually blocked.The tray itself gets dirt in it and this is where 'gunk' can buildup over the drain hole.Find the hose and shoot some compressed air up the hose or run some line trimmer cord up there.Hope this helps
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
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