All air conditioners on all cars have a drain hole. Most even have a small tube attached to it. It allows condensation that gets built up on the evaporator to drain to the outside of the car. If that drain gets plug, it will drain inside of the car instead. If you take a clotheshanger get under the car and locate the drain. Look for a small tube. On most cars it's located on the passenger side of car. Run the clotheshanger up the tube work it around to loosen any debre. I would suggest to run your air for a few minutes first so you can verify any drianage. If that doesn't cure the problem and you've cleared the drain then your evaporator housing could be crack or some kind of seal may be bad. Like perhaps a two part housing that has a bad seal.
if that doesn't work it's probably a bad heater core and will need replaced.
I believe I might have a good answer for this. This came out of Alldata. You need to install the new Wiper Pivot Shaft Grommets, part numbers MN154877 and MN154878 for the drivers side. These will keep water from entering the blower motor. Water entry can cause blower motor failure. This problem affects 2002-2003 lancers. The technical service bulletin is 0351001.
because of condensation
on mine it is under the bed in front of the water tank and can be accessed from the door inside the trailer in the front of bed. It is just to the right inside that compartment
COULD BE PLUGED DRAIN
That is not very likely . Much more possible is a leak in the heater core.
in the glove box or under the seat
The 2004 has quite a history with that problem. The cowl under the wiper blade is probably warped allowing water in. That water also poses problems for the blower motor which is located right behind the glove compartment.
It will be located under or behind the glove compartment. The rubber tube goes thru the firewall. Here is where they get clogged and leak water into the passenger side floor. Can be blown out with shop air from underneath or pull it in and dig out the clog.
Inside the Holland tunnel. Inside a submerged submarine.
Only if the water restrictor is worn out in the heater core fittings. It is made to slow the water up so it don't make that noise.
I believe that the airconditioner condensation drain is plugged. How do I clear it?
Your AC drain line is clogged
No, it can help break in the glove. Just don't soak the glove.
The first four compartments of the Titanic could fill up with water and the ship would float. Unfortunately, the iceberg ripped open the first five compartments, and water from the fifth compartment pulled the ship under, so water from the fifth compartment eventually overflowed and filled the sixth compartment, the sixth into the seventh and so forth until the ship was pulled under by the weight of the water in it's forward compartments.
You have 60 % water in your body. You have 20 % water in extracellular compartment. You have 40 % water in intracellular compartment.
You light it inside an airtight submarine.
There is a drain that is plugged. May need to access it by removing glove compartment or accessing from wiper cowl? Not sure where exactly, but that's the likely source.
You should wash your gloves after EVERY training session and match. Never use normal soap either use goalie glove wash or just lukewarm water.What you will need:GlovesLukewarm waterBasinGoalkeeper glove wash (opptional)What next:1.Get your gloves and place them beside a basin of lukewarm water.2.If you have goalkeeper glove wash put a small amount into the basin of lukewarm water if not just skip this step.3.Wash each glove seperately and NEVER leave them to soak!4.Place your first glove in the lukewarm water.5.Leave in until glove is just wet not soaking.6.Take out glove and first rub the palm until dirt comes off.(may not completely come clean but that's all part of being a goalie.)7.Do the same with the outside of the glove.8. Next move onto to the inside of the glove put a small amount of lukewarm water inside of glove put your hand in and move your finger around inside of the glove.9.Completely empty water out of the glove when washed and leave to dry.10.Never leave gloves to dry on a radiator or by an open fire! Dry in a dark preferably airing cupboard until dry.11.Do the exact same steps with 2 glove.Note:Never leave gloves to SOAK!Never dry on radiator,direct sunlight or by a fire.Always leave a day or two to let your gloves dry before a match or training.Hope this helps !!
My experience with Ford Focus, VW Golf, VW Polo the issue is simple :-) blocked waiste pipe which're actually hidden the result will cause fill up your water collector at the base of the windscreen and water will infiltrate through your pollen filter straight to the front passenger area. You can actually see the water dripping under your glove compartment if it's raining heavily...
Could be ruptured heater core which is inside pass compartment and part of cooling system, find location using hoses (2) in eng. compartment, examine ductwork under the core and open slightly to check for leak. If so you can bypass until repair. Your coolant needs checked immediately.
By putting boiling water inside a compartment of the cart and then you put the hotdog in it and finally you have a steamed weiner .
Your pet rabbit. Hay in the sleeping compartment, shavings in the run including a food dish, water bowl and of course your rabbit.
it could be a leaky windshield or a hole in the firewall or maybe someone had changed the cabin filtre and didn't replace everything
Air trapped in the heater system. Be sure the coolant reservoir is full and the radiator cap is good.
There is lquid in the inside , under the husk and meat.