I would check around windshield for leaks,door frames and the weatherstripping,feel up under dash to see where it`s wet or if wet at all,if not feel how wet it is closer to door,most likely weather stripping and such.Hope it helps. I had the tube for the sun room come disconnected from mine, and everything kept getting wet. What you do is take the o-darn handle off, pull the front pillar cover off, usually a snap fit component, and the seat belt cover (snap fit as well) be careful not to be to agressive. After you pull the roofliner down only on the side you are working on. You should see a small 1/8" tube that is disconnected from a drain barb. hook it up and enjoy a water free environment. Special note. on mine it just seems the hose shrank over time. It may happen again, but at least I put it back on there. It was a bummer in a down pour I could see water coming in the car driving down the road and the front piller was wet.
Crack in the heater core
Check for a sickly sweet smell. The heater core is probably leaking coolant into the floor. The core is not repairable but can be replaced.
heater core may be leaking or hole in floor
Heater core leaking?
It's a Dodge thats why.
On the passenger side floor board under your carpeting and a metal plate where you rest your feet On the passenger side floor board under your carpeting and a metal plate where you rest your feet
The Battery is located in the Floor board between the driver and passenger seats, you will have to remove the rubber floor to access it. Special tools you may need are on the passenger side in the floor, where the jack is.
Your CD player is located in the console, directly below the stereo. The sliding door should be close to the floor board on the passenger side of the center console.
Under the passenger floor board, under the peice of ply wood
Must be a punctured hose. Take it to a shop for a diagnostic.
Under the carpet in the front passenger floor board.