front passenger floor water


Asked by Nov 25, 2010 at 11:42 AM about the 1995 Buick Riviera Supercharged Coupe FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a lot of water on the passenger front floor.  Could this be from the moonroof or the door seals.

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More likely the heater box drain is clogged.

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I would say AC/heater drain tube . It is either clogged or missing. On your 95 it is going to be in the engine bay passenger side firewall. it can bee seen from the top but is very hard to reach it is actually where the firewall tilts slightly horizontal, from under the car it would be relatively easy to get to. It is rubber and looks like a duck head about 2 inches long angles and about a half inch or so in diameter. If it is still on the car take a clothes hanger and try to clear it, if it is missing or barely hanging there best thing to do is to use a short piece of rubber hose in its place.

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as said drain tube,or leakeing heater core,are you smelling antifreze,do windos fog up.


Thank you for your reply. The problem was the sunroof drain tube was disconnected. After pulling everything apart we found it and fixed it.....and now no more water. Thanks again for responding.

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Thanks for responding. It was the drain tube in the sunroof. It was diconnected at the top of the roof. Thanks again

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Thanks for your response. It was the sunroof drain tube. It had come off at the top of the sunroof.

What if I knocking wen u are driving and since like it's about to turn off on you

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