have anyone had any problems with water leaking inside in the floorboard
I have a 2003 Camry and I have water leaking in the floorboard driver side but can't find what's wrong. I have taken it to a body shop and a mechanic and couldn't fine the problem.
the problem its on the heated core
I have had that checked also.
when does it leak water?
I really don't know. The water is not leaking for I can see it. It's not dripping from under the dashboard. I'm thinking it might be when it rains.
Mine is a Toyota Avalon '02 which I believe is pretty much the same body with the exact same problem. I recently purchased the vehicle and didn't notice until recently. Did you find out where the problem is?
I had the smae issue on my 2008 Toyota Camry (passenger side). After stripping back the carpet and taking apart the glove box and going under the dash to check all the normal stuff, clogged line, vent ect.. I ran a water hose and discovered it was a windshield seal leak and the water was running straight onto the floor board on the passenger side. THe water did not appear until it was at the foot of the kick panel. The crack in the seal was very minor but enough to let the water run straight in. I'm going to call windshield folks in the morning and have a new seal put, much cheaper than a heater core what most people disgnosed it as. Good Luck!
Yes, check our windshield. Mine leaks there and drips onto the steering wheel than to my seat or floor. If you get water when it rains, I bet it is a bad seal on your windshield. My dealer said they can't reseal the windshield without risking breaking the glass. They recommended I see a windshield specialist.
try bolwing compressed air into the AC drain (located under car at center of front wheels) if the AC drain is clogged it will cause a water leak through the front and rear floor vents resulting in wet carpet throughout the vechile.
If youve got a sunroof I bet you the drain tubes, there are 4 of them are stopped up. You can take a cup of water and pour in the sunroof channel. If thats the problem you'll see water run out inside the car by the kick panels. Let me know if you think this is it I spent the whole weekend addressing this a few weeks back and mines good as new.
I had the exact situation with wet carpets in the front driver & passenger and rear carpets in the 99 Toyota Camry LE. This happened after I used the air conditioner during the hot summer months. I discovered even through my Evaporator drain hose was connected at the bottom of the passenger side floor and exited though the floor and the drain hose was in good condition but was clogged. Since the drain hose was clogged it was dripping (a slow drip) directly a foot away on the side of the center console. This of course, was causing my passenger side carpets to be so wet that it spread to the rear carpets as well as to the driver side carpet. I used a wire hanger bent at the end to make sure that I did not puncture the hose -- and wishing that I had bucket when I pushed it the water rushed out -- luckily I jammed the hose back into the grommet (it was in good condition) where it exited through the floor. I made sure that I did not push it very far since I didn't want to puncture the evaporator cooler. I noticed that since I cleared the air conditioning drain hose, it was still constantly dripping water (slow drops) about 1 foot away from the drain hose just behind the cooler cover No.1 I have placed a flat small dish to see if there is anymore dripping of water at this location so hopefully I will be able to see if it is still dripping or it has stopped when I run the air conditioner. (update - I checked the dish under the dripping water which now seems to stopped). I will also pull the drain hose again out from the grommet though the floor to check to make sure that its working properly and draining while running the air conditioner. I want to be sure its still not backing up before replacing the carpet since its all mildew and moldy since I had waterproof mats over the car's carpet.
I just bought a 2013 Nissan Altima, I've had it less than a month, only has a few hundred mils on it.. I just noticed the floor board on the passenger side front and back seats, were wet. The back seat floor board was actually soaking wet so much that my kids could splash in it! I took back to the dealership today and they said it was the seal i the windshield that apparently had some air pockets in it and caused the leak. They say they are going to fix it but now I'm starting to wonder if I should just accept this or expect more from my brand new car. I paid over 30K for the car.. I got all the extras.. bells and whistles .. Any advice will be very much appreciated.
Less than 30 days old.....I would take that baby back to the dealer and deposit on its front drive and request a complete refund while you can. Most states carry the 30-Day Lemon Law. Recently I rented a 2013 Nissan Sentra, brand new showing 68 miles on its odometer. I was so glad to turn that pile of metal in, I was ready to shout. Enroute, door locks would open without cause, power suddenly lost, steering irritational, etc. I have owned a 1996 Sentra since new and have not had such problems even after driving it more than 175,000 miles. I understand Nissan is building a lot of their vehicles overseas which do not carry labor law and integrity which the USA built vehicles enjoy.
Marie.......I just bought a 2013 Altima and paid 30,000 for it. My back floorboards are soaking wet. What did they finally determine was wrong with yours and did you keep the car? Have you had anymore problems?
Camry 2010, Twice I had a flood into my car and all the carpets soaked wet both front and back including under the seats. First time after a very heavy rain during the night the car parked. I finally found out the seal at the base of the windshield dis shrink leaving about 1 millimeter crack open. I sealed it with large 2 inch scotch tape until I replace the windshield due to a small crack 2 inch long at 50$ cost being the deductible on my insurance... Second time flood due to airconditioner drain tube completely plugged, as found by my next corner service garage man: I paid him a 15$ pizza.... Now I know, I hope... byra36
Tracy, I also purchased a 2013 Altima late May and about a month later noticed leaking on the passenger side. They determined it was from the windshield and insured that no other damage occurred. 1 month later I had white mold covering the back floor carpeting!
I mean Marie! I'm also now hearing a lot of creaking in the console area and just noticed a small crack on the center console.
I have a 2005 Camry with the same situation of leaking. No apparent moisture anywhere except the floor boards. Most of the time it's the driver side front and rear. I've taken out the floorboard plugs and squished down every day for the past month. I get quite a bit of water coming out on very damp or rainy days. I've had Safelite come out and inspect the seals around the windshield. They're completely okay. Then one day I started looking at the side seals that run along the roof from the windshield to the back glass. I noticed a quarter inch gap between them. I poured water into the gap and saw the water running inside the windshield. I'm going to put silicone into the gap and see if that's what's wrong. I'll attach a photo pointing to the area in question. I'm also going to Toyota Dealer and see if this is a defect that needs to be recalled. Probably not, though.
Tracy, did you get the problem resolved with your altima? I have a brand new 2013 SL (two weeks old) and have put only 200 miles on it. Rear Passenger floor is soaking wet! Bringing it in next week to have them look at it. Any info you have would be helpful.
Well! I had a body person look at my 05 Camry. He took a high pressure water hose and sprayed the windshield from the side. Water came through to the inside and down the glass. So I took it back to Safelite. I had them take off the current one and put a new one in. They showed me the old windshield and the bead was intact. So, I'm going to wait a few more days and see if the leak stopped. If not, may have to go to Toyota for analysis. Anyone get other results? The roof seals I mentioned above were sealed with silicone and still leak. Help!
After replacing the windshield as stated above, the moisture under the front driver floorboard stopped. However, the rear driver floorboard continues to produce water whether it's raining or not. So, I'm going to put silicone around the rear window to see if this helps that leak. Anyone have a similar problem? Would appreciate any response!
My 2008 Camry has a leak that gets the rear floorboards wet after heavy rain. Three years ago, the dealership checked it out and told me that the drains from the moonroof were clogged. It was OK until about a month ago -- they checked the A/C and the drains from the moonroof and said it was a problem with the moonroof drains again. Now, just three weeks later it's wet again. Now I have to make an appointment and Toyota dealership is telling me that it's going to cost me. I'm planning to put up a fight. This is clearly a design defect with Toyota (and apparently Nissan). I'm sick of having mildew in my car every time it rains.
My 2008 Toyota Camry is saturated with water and massive amounts of mold. I took it in thinking it could be the AC and they did a high pressure leak test which indicated it was the sunroof. This is going to cost me nearly $2,000 without labor included. THIS IS CLEARLY A DEFECT AND SHOULD BE ADDRESSED!
Ac drain hose is there hock it back up Fell under carpet
Maybe heater core of its clear it's ac dirty rusty Heater core
I have had an ongoing problem with a water leakage on the passenger side floor carpet. It was fixed for awhile, like a couple years, but now it is back. Anyone know if it is dangerous to have this problem? Like if I wait to get money to pay the car place and have to live with this problem, will my life be at risk because an engine part might explode?
My car is a Toyota Camry 2002
PLEASE HELP AND GIVE ADVICE!!!
What did they do with your car initially to have it fixed for awhile? Have you had the air conditioning drain checked to see if it's clogged? Does the leak have an odor? If so, it may be a heater core leaking. Otherwise, have the windshield seal checked. That's what was wrong with mine. I had Safelite install it initially & it still leaked. They redid it and it stopped. You have some drain plugs underneath all 4 floorboards. Take them out (from underneath the car) so the water can drain out. It can cause rusting, mold, etc. Let me know how it goes.
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I can't help but feel unskilled as a 23 year old woman to deal with cars. Are you sure I would be able to take out the drain plugs myself?
Yes! They're just small rubber plugs; about a quarter size. Getting them back in is a bit harder, but not bad. Each one has 2 ribs that hold it in place. When you go to put them back in, just push it so the metal flooring goes between the 2 ribs. If you push it too far, it will go all the way into the floorboard. In that case just reach in and pull it back out. Then push back in easily. It's not at all hard and worth getting the water out of the floor. When you get them out, go into your car and push from inside with your foot and squish the water out. This will help keep it from molding and/or rusting. Do you remember what did the technician did to fix it the last time?
I noticed today that my sunroof was open a little. My sunroof has been kind of faulty because it has about 10 different places it will go, not 3 like it's supposed to. It's difficult to tell if I closed it but looks like last time I closed it it didn't close all the way. I know it's unlikely to be the reason for a flood being in my car but is it possible this could be the reason? I closed it so now there is no gap in the window. About the technician fixing it I don't really remember. I don't think they found a specific problem and the only real service they did was empty out the water and dry up the floor.
Oh wait I apologize, that's wrong. The technician actually fixed the A/C. It was not working properly at the time. It works fine though so I thought that couldn't be related.
The A/C drain may be clogged, making the drainage go into your car interior. Might want to have it checked out. They can blow out the drain and be an easy fix. Even if your sunroof leaks, you still need to drain out any water that has collected under your carpets. I'd still pull out your rubber drain plugs and squish them out. It will also give you a frame of reference to see if your car is still leaking. Are your seats below the sunroof wet? How about the inner rim of the sunroof? See if these are wet; that would indicate a leaky sunroof.
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