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Mar 16, 12:01pm - #9768 
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Hi, after a rain, hard or lite, water will accumulate in the passenger side floorboard. Nothing will leak while we are in motion, but after i park the car and come back in an hour or so there will be a puddle of water there. I can't find any wet spots on the sunroof or door jam where it could be coming from. Anybody had similar problems? Or have any ideas where it could be coming from? confused


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Mar 17, 1:39am - #9769 
Check your floorboards, or even the firewall. I haven't heard of any problems with this, just my 2 cents.

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Mar 16, 2:45pm - #9770 
it could be your air conditioner... smell the water thats sitting on floor - if it smells slightly like anti-freeeze or anything other than fresh water, your problem might be a bit more serious than just a leak from the rain.

You may also want to check your glove-box - or rather, the plastic white air-filter system behind your glove-box

I wish you luch in finding the problem and hope that it isnt too serious!


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Mar 16, 11:15pm - #9771 
Like Isaac said if it smells like coolant, it sounds like a leaky heater core. And if it smells like coolant check your water level.

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Mar 17, 6:40pm - #9772 
Thanks Guys! Im gonna check that out and i'll let you guys know what the problem was thumbsup


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Mar 17, 11:48pm - #9773 
Could be the AC drain hole thing. Vehicles have a hose that allows AC cendensation to drain out of the car. Yours could be messed up, they are usually located around the passenger floor/firewall.

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