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Asked by Oct 11, 2008 at 02:19 PM about the Ford Taurus

Question type: General

why does the ford taruses windows have frost in the inside of the car?

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115

Possible heater core leak inside, or the window seal outside is bad.

thnaks. I have another question for you? back in 06' a Tree limb fell on the car, the insurance company did'nt total it, said it could be fixed now when it rains the back passenger floor fills up with water. No one seems to know where the problem is coming from? Its getting to be a pain in the ass excuse my langauge? even when the car sits it fills up also when it rains.

115

The limb probably screwed up the rear window seal or knocked a seal out around the door just enough to let water through.

hAVE TAKEN THE CAR TO A REPAIR SHOP CAN'T TELL YOU HOW MANY TIMES? AND THEY CAN'T FIND ANYTHING! ITS REALLY GETTING PRETTY "OLD" NOW. THEY'VE TAKEN THE DOORS OFF REPLACE THE SEALS STILL NOTHING. I DON'T THINK THEY WANT TO FIND THE PROBLEM? IT STILL LEAKS AND I KEEP TAKING IT BACK THERE!!! I THANK YOU ANYWAY FOR TRYING TO HELP.

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Then the limb probably messed up the the trim that runs along the entire length of the car on top just past where the top of the doors shut. Grab a tube of clear window caulking and remove the trim and run a smooth bead along inside (under the trim) and replace the trim back to its spot.

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