If you can hear water inside the passenger cabin it's probably a clogged AC evap drain. Pull the AC evap drain tube on the passenger side footwell and unclog that.
You can use compressed air to blow it out, or run a piece of wire up the drain, be careful not to poke too hard as you could puncture the heater core elements if the wire went the wrong way.I pulled the evap line in the passenger foot well, and nothing came out. It doesn't look clogged. If it was clogged how would I unclogg it?
OP would have smelled the distinct sweet aroma from glycol coolant if that was the case.Do you notice your coolant level running low? If so it can be your heater core
My 03 gets small puddles sometimes.. That black rubber has a foam backing that gets wet and its impossible to dry by itself, mine only gets wet on the foot well area, if I put my hand further up its totally dry so I know its not coming from the windshield area, most likely door seals. I used a thin wire and put it through the sunroof drain and water flows freely so that's ruled out.Thanks for all the replies. I don't have a sunroof and it's definitely not coolent. Here is a picture (the picture posted sideways) of the tube I pulled inside the car in the passenger footwell. It has only been wet below this tube. Just want to confirm, should I blow compressed air into the hole or into the tube?
I'd say both, more on the tube side, blowing into the hole will (hopefully) loosen anything that may have clogged the drainage from the evaporator sitting above.should I blow compressed air into the hole or into the tube?
If it is in fact certified, then the warranty should cover this.How does an owner know whether damage has occurred to any electronics and what electronics are under the floor? I am not the original owner. I bought it certified. I think it was a leased vehicle before. I am worried that someone drove it and never did the repair. Does that mean the car is a lemon and I should return it under the lemon law?