the drain is cloged.It is condensation from the ac.the water usually drips on the ground from a drain hose.when it gets cloged it fills up in the unit and runs out on the floor.stick something like a artist brush up in the drain hose to unclog.run airconditioning for awhile so water can build up.then put stick up the hose till water starts to come out.dont need to force it up there.
I went from the original quadrajet to a Holly and it solved that problem... Are you sure it is not the carb?
the air conditioning pump is on the passenger side thats the only thing that leaks water there
this could be from the heater core. When the heater core goes out it leaks....right into the passenger side floor board If it is water, not coolant, the problem could be a plugged air conditioner drain. Easily accesible from under the hood.
My 95 Firebird lost almost all of it's power one day and took it to the shop, turns out my mass aif flow sensor was bad and i had vacuum hose leaks and one had actually collapsed. So it's possible your engine isn't getting the air it needs.
you can pressurize the system to find a leak
Yes, most vehicles have an on-board system to check for vapor leaks in the fuel system.Yes, most vehicles have an on-board system to check for vapor leaks in the fuel system.
it could be the window
You can't it is a sealed transmission. If you have no leaks then all if fine.
replace heater core under dash passenger side
The gas tank leaks and sometimes the passenger airbag doesn't go out.
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Does it leak on the passenger front flooor?
The vacuum line diagram for a 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix can be found in the service manual. Vacuum is provided by the engine and leaks can cause serious performance issues.
You know the heater core is bad when your truck leaks antifreeze onto the floor of the passenger side.
In that general area could only be two things your weatherstripping around the window or door is cracked and water is entering the cab or your heater-core is leaking. Sometime passengers spill things just thought i would throw that in. Hope this helps....
Possibly the weather seal on the passenger door there leaks.
If the Coolent is leaking I strongley suggest you take the car to the dealer or a dealer to get it fixed because if it leaks more it can cause trouble.
The most common power steering pump leaks are at the line connections or behind the pulley at the shaft. The line leaks can possibly be repaired, but the shaft seal leak could be better to change the pump.
It's a sealed system so there is not dipstick. If it slips, take it in...if it's leaks take it in. I personally hate that ;-)
because the tubes in your vehicle are not working properly and need to be checked the most likely problem is the tube is broke.
Sounds like you have a loose or damaged hose to your heater or perhaps the heater radiator is damaged.
Water in the floor of your Dakota can mean two things. Your heater core is leaking in which case you need to keep check of the radiator fluid because your truck will overheat from lose of fluid or the drain hose that leaks condenced water to the outside when you run the A/C has come lose or is clogged