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Rain water leaking in drivers side vauxhall meriva


if this is a new shape meriva the problem is the wiper scuttle seal leaking water .it drips into the engine bay,onto the heater pipes and tracs into the cabin.Pour water onto the screen and look into the engine bay,just behind the engine and you will see it drip onto the heater pipes where they enter the bulkhead.It then tracs into the cabin and soaks the carpet.The problem is a foam seal on the scuttle panel when it should be a rubber one.One fix is to ensure that the seal where the heater pipes enter via the engine bay is dry and spray it and the pipes with underseal.Vauxhall are aware but dont have a solution?

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If silicon is working,I would go with it,silicone last a long time and it's working.

Dec 25, 2012 | 2001 Toyota Sienna

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2001 toyota sienna water leak inside rear door seal


For water leaking inside the rear door panel, I'll suggest you check and replace the black rubber/foamy seal that is part of the high-mounted-rear light assembly.
It gets weak over time and soaks water, thereby allowing water seep into the booth lining and also into the underlay of the carpet.
If you have a cracked rear-light (the one attached to the boot hatch), you may also get a leak.
Change this rubber seal/ gasket. I used an old rubber carpet to make a gasket to fit the light assembly, and it stopped the leakage.
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My floor boards in my Cavalier are Soaked ..


If you've been using your air conditioner during this time, and it hasn't rained at all, then the small drain at the bottom of the a/c evaporator core may be plugged. When you use the a/c to cool the car the evaporator coil [located next to the heater core in the ductwork under the dash] is very cold and moisture from the hot humid air condenses on it as a result. This condensation dribbles down the core and accumulates in the plastic housing under it where it should then drain out a small hole and drip onto the ground. If the small drain gets plugged, which happens quite often, then the water fills up the housing until it overflows and then runs out and soaks the carpet on the front passenger side. The drain is located on the engine side of the firewall, passenger side, down low where the firewall begins to curve under. Usually a puff of air will clear the clog and the drain will work fine again. If the carpet is really wet it would be a good idea to remove it and get everything dry again as it tends to get pretty smelly if left wet. One last note: usually a leaky a/c unit will only make the passenger side carpet wet unless it's been leaking for a long time while a leaky windshield seal can make both sides wet depending on where it is leaking. Good luck, hope this helps you out!

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My yukon rear ac i think! got my rear rear carpet all wet im thinking ac drain plug but dont really know how it works any ideas thanks ronn


The A Pillar is filling up with water and running out the hole where the front kick panel attaches. I took me 6 months to find this and a snake camera from Harbor Freight. The water runs down under the sill and soaks the front and back carpets. Seal the door hinges and the door grommet where the wires go from the pillar to the door with silicone black. Pull out the grommet and seal around it well. I also drilled a drain hole into that cavity just under that pillar but behind the front of the door bottom corner so it cant be seen with the door closed. No more problems!!!

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Water leaking into 2005 Camry 6 cyl under carpet drivers side.


I think that I can help you. It sounds like your drain-tube is plugged up. Get in the passenger side, and pull the carpet back from under the glove box. Look for a black rubber pipe that goes from a black box, and pokes thru the firewall, on the passenger side. Remove the hose from the box, and have a container ready to catch water. If water comes out of the black box, your drain hose is plugged up. Clean out the clog, and you will be golden.

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My Delonghi Penguino ct90 no longer blows cold air out for longer than a couple of minuets need a fix for this and it is no longer under waranty. Please help.

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You'll probably have to remove the old leaking heater core from under the dash.A chiltons or haynes shop manual would be very helpful in telling you the actual step by step proceedure for removing the old core and installing the new one.I've replaced several heater "cores' and it involves a good bit of body contortion to get you head under the dash to see what your dealing with,but I,m confident that you can get the job done.Don't skip any steps here cause that way leads to frustration.Be sure to have a small bucket or tuperware container handy to catch any excess antifreeze before it soaks you carpet.

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