Last weekend I pulled out my Weathertech floor mats to clean them and I noticed my carpet was wet on the drivers side and slightly wet on the passenger side.
The last couple of days, the roads have been dry and the weather warm.
This morning I checked the carpet and it was bone dry. I drove a couple of hours today on all dry roads with the climate control set around 70 degrees so the A/C would cycle as needed. When I got home, the carpet was wet on the drivers side and maybe a little wet on the passenger side.
So my guess is that the A/C core is leaking moisture down into the floorboards. There must be a drain tube that is either plugged or disconnected. My question is why is the drivers side carpet getting the bulk of the water? Isn't the A/C core more on the passenger side? Maybe it's running along something and getting over to the drivers side.
Does anybody know where the drain tube might be and where I should start looking? I also notice no A/C water dripping underneath onto the garage floor.
It's a 2012 Wrangler Saraha with climate control.
I guess I could take it back to the dealer, but would rather do the repair myself. It seems like a pretty simple type of water problem that I think will be an easy fix.
Anybody else run across this?