It's a little early for this to be happening to you, however the one thing that I've had to deal with is the rubber strip at the base of the windshield (on the outside). Mine is dryrotted and leaks down onto my feet when it rains. Watch out though, dealerships want a stupid amound of money to fix it, so be careful. I've not tried to fix mine, i have no carpet and no plugs so my water sits there and eventually drains out, so i didnt worry about it. However with a nice '99 Heeeezy (Jeep) you prob wanna fix it... lataaaaaaaaaa
what kind of top do you have on the Jeep? If you have a sunroof, check the drains. They run on both sides of the sunroof down the door jams and go out of the floor boards.
it could be a number of thing first your heater core might have busted or maybe its the rubber around the door when it rains but good luck with that
antifreeze (Water) pouring down the front of the engine is from the water pump.
The source of the water is probably from faulty or failed window seals surrounding your front & rear windsheilds.
water may be leaking in from firewall or windshield area and ending up on floor, has happened to about 4 j body's that i know of... floor drains may also be plugged...
the heater core has got a hole in it or your top has a hole init. If the water is green it is your heater core. if not it is your top.
Inside the front of the engine, driven by the timing belt.
I hav e the same problem
Heater Core is the likely culprit
Open the hood, find the fan on the front of the engine, find the 4 bolts holding the fan on, this is the shaft of the water pump. Follow it back to the engine and the apparatus it goes into that is bolted to the front of the engine is the water pump.
Check window and door seals, then check the climate control vent drain.
heater core leaking
leave the ac off. U should probably check it at our local dodge workshop, to fix it :)
Is the water clear in color or is it green in color
Check the front passenger floor pan toward the fire wall.
If it is a convertible the drain holes are full of crap, they are located under the rocker panels. They are usually bent shut when using a jack or lift in the wrong location.
Salt is soluble in water; wash with water the floor.
Look fore a hose under the dash on the passengers side or in the engine compartment fire wall, it may be plugged up or missing.
The materials used for water skiis is less dense than water, which makes them float. Most water boards (such as skiis, surf boards, etc.) were originally (and some still are) made of wood.
after you use the water for mopping the floor you boil it and then you can use it again
The floor becomes wet. The water gets evaporated after a while.
It is probably the heater coil. When it stops working water from the radiator goes back through a hose and when it overfills it emptys into the passenger side floor. You can replace the heater coil or bypass the hoses. Second option will cause heater to stop working.