One of three possibilities:
A windshield or door leak allows rainwater or other outside water in.
A leak in the heater core allows radiator coolant to leak inside the cabin.
A plugged condensate drain line is causing AC condensate to drip to the inside.
My door seal is bad and lets in rain water. Try to use the water hose and see if you can see the water leaking in. That's what we did.
Had the same problem..Had to find the A/C drain hose by drilling a hole on pass. side wheel well..then re-routed hose to drain down instead of inside the vehicle.
Passanger Side on the floor behind carpet.
passanger floor board rt side
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.
Get under the car.
it should be under the passanger side floor board.
the computer will be located inside the car on passanger side on the kick panel, in floor board under carpet, under seat
the fuse box is on the floor board in front pass. side. should be in there.
the engine control module (ecm) is located behind the passanger kick pannel. which is located by the floor, passanger side.
You need to be more specific. If it's in the inside floor board it would be your heater core. If you post a more specific e-mail I might be able to help
passanger side, near to the floor.
one under the hood and one in the right front kick panel passengers floor out board side
Distance from the floor to the base of the back board
The computer is located under the passanger floor mat.
sounds like it could be a bad heater core. that usually leaks into the passanger side floor.
It is a recall that adds a part to help prevent the shifter accidently getting knocked out of park.
it is behind the glove compartment. it will leak on the passanger side floor if it's bad.
it should be mounted at a height not exceeding 2.25 meters measured from the floor to the top of the surface of the board or 1.4 meters to the bottom of the board from the floor
Passanger side, on the floor, right side foot panel below the glove box.
You need to step on the portals on floor 3 until one leads you to floor 7 then use the portal on that floor to reach the board room.
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.
Do you mean the base board? It is better if you can remove the base board then reattach on top of the new floor. It will give you the best look. If you butt the new wood up against the base boards you may have end cuts or little mistakes around the edges of the room that you will need to cover anyway. If you can not remove the base board you will probably have to add a strip of quarter round on top of the new floor and nailed to the original base board so that you have a finished look.
The heat shields on the Cherokee models are needed. The floor pans in the Cherokee models are thin and are penetrated by heat very easily. If you have driven one much, you will notice that the drivers and passengers front floor pans get quite warm from the engine heat. This is true with the muffler also. If it is not shielded the floor will get really hot and penetrate into the cab.
under driver's floor board. there is a hole in the floor to fill it.
A laminate tile, which is a floating floor, can be installed with no backboard.
because of the sea floor