Has anyone had water that collected and leaked onto the passenger side floor board? I'm having this problem and don't know where the is coming from.

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Asked by Mar 14, 2007 at 11:07 AM about the Dodge Neon SRT-4

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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I had a similar problem with a Toyota Camry because my passenger-door gasket had a small rip in it. Have you ever seen water droplets around the gasket of your passenger door or between the bottom edge of your door and the floor? My mechanic fixed the problem by wiggling the gasket to move it so the rip was out of harm's way. Good luck!

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The collection of water seems to collect somewhere in the internal dash area. Once you get in to take off or make a turn you can here the water rush from one side to the other then gushes out onto the passenger side floorboard. It only collects water or floods when it rains. Can anyone help?

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I helped my ex GF with this once upon a time... every time it would rain or we'd wash her car... same story. Pop your hood, where the bottom of the windshield meets the engine bay there is vent. That is where your fresh air comes from. Now look inside that vent and you'll most likely see leaves and other such junk plugging up the drain at the bottom. Clean it out and you'll be good as new.

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I have never had this problem but i was reading on srtforums.com and it had a how to on how to fix it you could just go onto google and type how to fix passenger side leak srt-4, see if that works

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The guy above me is right. Its a common problem but there are 2 fixes. The first fix may sound stupid but its tru. Don't park you car tilting toward the passenger side door if you know it's going to rain. The other fix is more complicated that require more work but if you check on SRTforums.com you can find a way to fix it for good. The cause is that water leaks in when the car is tilted/slanted toward the passenger side.

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go onto the srtfourms and there is a fix for this

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....sounds like heatercore...

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Thats Your heater core leaking. Don't lick it! keep dog away!

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bad gasket, grommit or heater core and you better not hope its the 3rd one those are a 4-8hr job on any car

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check your a/c drain hose, take compressed air and blow into the a/c drain hose from under the car ( don't be right under it when you do it) just a little blast of air at a time, you may here a pop, then a hole bunch of water will come out, the will clog up every now and then, easy check before you spend a bunch of money,

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Im gonna guess you have a sunroof read this http://www.srtforums.com/forums/f25/sunroof-srts-612940/ if you dont have a sunroof its what shaun said

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As said above, it's either a gasket/seal leak along the windows and doors or it's your heater core. If the fluid is just plain water, then its a leaky seal (unless you forgot to put coolant in the radiator haha). obviously, it it has coolant in the fluid on the floor then its the heater core.

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