Your heater core has a leak in it requiring replacement of the heater core. It will continuously leak as it is part of the cooling system for the engine, and is under pressure. Above is true if it is antifreeze and not water. Don't rule out a plugged drain hole in the wiper transmission area or water leak from the body.
The Fuse box is toward the floor on the passenger side front of the car to the right...
If your Jep is an XJ(cherokee)it is likely in a little removable panel on the passenger side near the floor
Most likely the external drain (in front of the firewall) is plugged.
There are two of them. One under the hood on the passenger side in the fuse box. The other one is in the interior fuse box located inside near the floor on the passenger side.
some pump underneath the passenger side floor is clogged. unsure of what pump it is though. Mine was like that too. Cost around $200 to fix.
It fastens to a pass through stud at the passenger floor.
in the floor board on the front passenger side. If you were sitting in the front passanger seat it would be right next to your right foot. There is a panel that you have to pull off.
I don't know for sure about the 1995 but on the 1997 it is on the inside panel on the passenger side, just above the floor board. If you are sitting in the passenger seat, it is by your right foot. On my 1994 it is on the end of the dash, behind a little door/cover, that is only accessible when you open the passenger door. Not near the floorboard.
Are you running the air conditioner? If the drain line is plugged, it will leak water (condensation) onto the passenger side floor.
If its on the passenger side, it is probably the air- conditioner condenser drain plugged up and this is not good. From what I have read this is better left to a qualified Jeep mechanic. when the drain gets plugged up, the water that normally drips into the body, frame area collects on the passenger side floor. Unless someone knows a cheaper fix. Its 1000.00+ at a dealer.
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.
Nope. If a casino allows an underage in the gaming floor, it can lose its license, regardless of the underage being playing or not.
check sunroof for leakage
heater core may be leaking or hole in floor
Get under the car.
Yes, the Pontiac Transport has the hooks on the floor for either configuration
Water on the floor that is not coming from the heater core is coming either from rain water leaking around a windshield seal or one of the firewall seals where hoses, wires or other components enter from the engine compartment.
In the trunk, underneath the floor-cover, on the passenger side.
its on passenger side on the floor on the fire wall
should be under the passenger floor
Crack in the heater core
better check your heater core.
the battery is under the floor pan in the second row passenger floor area. xBLUEDEVILx