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Old 08-20-2007, 05:01 AM   #1
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water leak under passenger side glove box

I have a water leak under passenger side glove box.
Whenever get a fair amount of rain, I have a nice little puddle on my floor mat. I know it's not coming from the door, window or soft top.
Any ideas?

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Old 08-20-2007, 08:19 AM   #2
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don't know what to tell ya cause I have the same problem in my rear drivers side floor mat.

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You either have a leaky heater core - or the condensation drain from the A/C (which also handles excess water from the cowl intake to some extent) might be clogged/broken..... It's probably the latter.

As far as the issues with the rear floor mat - My guess is a leaky top or weatherstripping by your door, or perhaps a missing floor drain allowing road water to get kicked up into the tub.
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I have a new top so I hope it's not that. and its not usually a problem (It was dry yesterday, rained last night, back floorboard is soaked)
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