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Old 09-30-2010, 12:50 AM   #1
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water leak from passenger fire wall drain ???

i just bought my jeep a few weeks ago and ive been noticing its been leaving traces of water underneath my car and it hasnt rained at all scince i bought it ! except this week and i noticed the first night it rained i got in my car in the am and it had that smelly damp scent so i had in my garage got under the car and noticed it coming from a drain tube coming out of the fire wall on the passenger side so i precede to pull up the passenger floor carpet and the carpet it self was semi damp but no traces of water on the floor underneath very confused and yet its still leaving a puddle over night!!!!! any ideas were the waters trapped and or anyone have a problem like this ????

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I think thats the AC drain on your jeep, and the dealer may fix it for free, check here ...water problem - JeepForum.com

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What kind of car are you having the issue with? We might be able to help, but this is a Jeep forum.
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sorry didnt mention what it was lol its a 2005 wrangler unlimited
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but would an ac drain still drain even tho i havent used the ac yet ????
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sorry didnt mention what it was lol its a 2005 wrangler unlimited
So is the issue with your Jeep or your car? Your post said you were having problems with your car.
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Old 09-30-2010, 11:58 AM   #7
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Have you had the defroster on? I know in many cars the defroster will actually automatically cycle the air conditioning system, so as to prevent it from siezing after sitting all winter.
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What kind of car are you having the issue with? We might be able to help, but this is a Jeep forum.
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Old 09-30-2010, 11:29 PM   #9
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hmm ill have to check to see if the knob is on defrost lol would that really cause that problem tho ?? and when it rains alot i get this musty smell in the cabin of my JEEP lol

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