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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i had the same problem. Flushed the sunroof drains, replaced the windsheild, and weather stripping on passenger and driver side doors. Car is still leaking. No one can figure it out.
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
The heater/airconditioner box under the dash has a drain hose to allow condensation to drain when the air conditioner is running. If this hose gets plugged, rain may accumulate in this box also (if it's raining heavily), as it comes in through the fresh air intake.
Look on the engine side of the firewall, probably on the passenger side, for a hose coming through the firewall that is not connected to anything. It is usually short, has a 90 degree bend, and the open end is down. Make sure that the end of this hose is not plugged.
Posted on May 11, 2009
The AC evaporator units have a drain hose that runs through the floor because condensed moisture is a fact of life with AC units. Yours is plugged. You will have to get under the vehicle and look for the hose where it comes out, then take like coat hanger wire and clean it out, It is somewhere in the vicinity of where the passenger foot well meets the fire wall. If you have to raise the vehicle to get under it, make certain you have it safely supported. If you don't have the stuff, drive the passenger side wheels up on a good curb and use some cardboard to slide under.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
SOURCE: water in floor on passenger side
The issue is condensation from your air conditioner not properly draining. This is usually caused by a damaged, or clogged drain hose. The condensation is supposed to drain outside the vehicle by way of a hose on the firewall area.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
It is most likely coming from a dried up or improperly installed window seal at the bottom of the windshield (under the wiper trim)
Take the trim off and caulk yourself - or have the entire seal replaced.
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Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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