What causes the carpet under the passenger seat of my 2002 Lincoln to stay wet all the time?

Asked by Dec 24, 2012 at 08:16 AM about the 2002 Lincoln Continental 4 Dr STD Sedan

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Either a worn door seal, a clogged A/C drain or bad heatercore. Is it just water or is it coolant?

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under the seat alone, or floor board where your feet are?under the dash? best way to determine location is to dry it completely, under the mat under the insulation, (mold will grow anyway so you have to), then apply cat litter or another liquid indicating substance, and apply a water hose to one door at a time, checking each time, if all is well after saturating ever bit of a closed door jam, then do the same to the sun roof, (commonly backs up or clogs), passenger seat is usually due to the sun roof, or rear door weather stripping, or window trim failure....

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