I have a 2003 Grand am And it rain for two day and my driver side floor is wet why is this happening

Asked by Apr 12, 2016 at 01:34 PM about the 2003 Pontiac Grand Am SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Why my floor on my drivers side wet?

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well it could be a plugged evaporator drain...if your defrost was enabled...in that case you must clean the evaporator drain..have someone push a wire through or blast clean with air (at the bottom of the evaporator)....OR the seals are defective or dirty~ search on replacement seals...there are a bunch of "stick on" seals out there~

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Can you locate the source of the fluid and what type it is (antifreeze, rain, etc.)? That would help us diagnose. Could be either coming up from the road and soaking your carpet or down from a roof drain (sunroof) or in from the engine compartment or heater box.

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