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Old 11-26-2013, 09:32 PM   #1
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So I thought I got rid of the passenger side water leak.. I already tried replacing the grommets, and making sure the grommets were cleared by the filter so water could drain. Now I'm thinking about taking it the Ford. Any ideas?
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Old 11-27-2013, 12:09 AM   #2
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Heater core?
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It can't be the heater core because I live in Florida and never use heat. Thanks though
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It can't be the heater core because I live in Florida and never use heat. Thanks though
If you never use it, loop the heater hoses and see if the leaks goes away. Doesn't hurt to try if your not using it.
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Doesn't matter if u use it or not, anti freeze is still circulating under ur dash above the passenger's foot well. Does it smell like antifreeze? This is almost always the reason people get wet passenger side floors...unless u drive a Jeep of course!
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Doesn't matter if u use it or not, anti freeze is still circulating under ur dash above the passenger's foot well. Does it smell like antifreeze? This is almost always the reason people get wet passenger side floors...unless u drive a Jeep of course!
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+1 does not mater If you use your heat or not they still can leak
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Btw, u live in Daytona and never use heat? I have seen it snow in Daytona. I live about 20mile West of u toward Orlando and I use mine often starting this time of year. I also use my fireplace and hot tub regularly from Oct-Apr. still gets 30-40 degrees at night, and 50s during the day.
Oh well, its probably just a spilled beer.
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Btw, u live in Daytona and never use heat? I have seen it snow in Daytona. I live about 20mile West of u toward Orlando and I use mine often starting this time of year. I also use my fireplace and hot tub regularly from Oct-Apr. still gets 30-40 degrees at night, and 50s during the day.
Oh well, its probably just a spilled beer.
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Haha yeah I go to college at Embry Riddle in Daytona. I left my car in SW FL for my parents to drive this semester and I just got back last night on break. The leak only
happens when we get a good amount of rain. I could see water flowing down the passenger side wall coming from above the SJB
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