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Old 13 Jun 2011, 09:25 am
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Default PT Cruiser 2005 floor wet passenger and rear passenger help

my PT Cruiser 2005 has the floor wet passenger rear passenger side, it look like it comes from the AC, how can I do to fix it,Help
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Unless you know a lot about cars, your going to need professional help. It sound like a major leak in the evaporator which is inside the dash.
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Do you have a sun roof? Maybe one of the drains are plugged!!!
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Woops. Hooligan is right. I read into your message that it was coolant that was on the floor. If it's not, look at what was suggested or maybe the rubber gasket around the doors is torn and letting water in.
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Woops. Hooligan is right. I read into your message that it was coolant that was on the floor. If it's not, look at what was suggested or maybe the rubber gasket around the doors is torn and letting water in.
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But air conditioner is working really nice
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Does it get wet on the ground on passenger's side when you have A/C on? It should. Maybe that drain is blocked and the condensation that should drip outside is overfloeing into the car - does it have any odor - like anti-freeze?
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