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Jeep liberty o4

The problem i have is that on the passengers side when i wash my truck i found some water on the floor also when it rains i dont think is from the door i hose the truck in my house and it l ooks like is from the front i just dont know what to do please if you know how to solved the problem please help me thank-you anita

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Look at the firewall on the passenger side. There is a little tube that falls off. Has something to do with draining the AC too, because my floor would fill with water then and at the car wash. Went to the hardward store for a "L" tube that fit & a hose clamp. Cost me less than $2 to fix it!

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Take it to a body shop they can do whats called a smoke test to narrow down the leak and then fix the trimming or add more trimming etc.

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