You have a 1988 sunbird the driverside floorboard stays wet you have heard this a chronic problem with these vehicles any ideas on what would cause this?
Sounds like the heater core is leaking to me. Take off the kick panels underneath the dash and look up. if you see coolant dripping from the housing, then you got your culprit. Not likely. What you heard about this being a chronic problem is right, these cars are very leaky for water. The problem is either the door seals or windheild seals, both leak. Find them and seal them. (This may be harder than it sounds.) I wrote a post on this in another Sunbird question. Look for posts about sunbird and leaks, you'll find it.
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I have an 06 Pontiac Montana and the automatic door is locked and will not unlock This is not a fuse problem you can here the lock trying to unlock?
The drain hose runs through the firewall and into the frame. There is no way to get to it from the outside of the vehicle. The only way to relly reach it, is to remove the housing. I guessing it's clogged and draining either into the front passanger floorboard or into the rear passanger floorboard. There is a difference on how to handle the problem depending on which area it is draining to.
Where and what can cause Wet floorboard in 2002 dodge ram on the passenger side floorboard closer to the center?
You got a 95 Nissan Maxima and the rear brakes on the driverside are not working What could be the problem?
The most likely culprit is the heater core.. its usually located under the dash on the passenger side.. if it starts leaking you will have water on the passenger side floorboard.. also the radiator fluid will be low.. Another possibility is the drain from the ac is clogged... alowing condenced water from the ac process to dump in the passenger side floorboard.. the heater core and the ac drain are located in the same area...
that depends on if you will be driving the vehicles that you will be working on if you are going to be driving them then the answer is no, if you are not going to be operating the vehicles then it should be absolutely no problem. Next time you drink just don't drive and you will not have this problem. if you still have a d.l. you should be able to drive the cars if…