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Water dripping under the glove box - 1984 Chevrolet Camaro

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Could also be your drain for your ac, the drain tube is on the firewall on passanger side inside engine compartment. Water could be forming due to water condisation and not being drained like it should.

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Coolant or rain water? If its coolant you have a bad heater core.
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Your heater core is leaking

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SOURCE: Part under gove box leaking water

This happened to me many different times. The dealership kept telling me that it was condensation and that I needed to get a new cabin air filter. I went to another shop that said it was a major issue that needed to be taken care of at the dealership under warranty...

Finally, I complained at the dealership that this was a repeated problem. They looked at what they called a "check sheet" (recalls that they don't notify the customers of) and determined that there was a certain gasket that was never put on at the factory.

They put on the gasket, and I haven't had the problem since.

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SOURCE: 2003 impala leaks from under glove box

If you want to know the where the water is coming from, water is entering from the passenger side front cowl. ( the vent below the windshield that sucks the air in for your a/c and heat) there is a recall where chevy installs a plate under the cowl and diverts water out. There is your answer.
David Borysowski (GM mechanic for over 20 yrs)
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Leaves and dirty block the drainage pathway..
Rain water/car wash water will seek the lowest spot.

AC condenser water drainage pathway may be block.

Windshield washer hose come off and window washer fluid somehow find it was to the interior.

Try to identify the smell of the liquid. It may just be Wet ones wipes.


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