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Any Chrysler mechanics here?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Orange Irish, Aug 25, 2007.

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  1. Orange Irish

    Orange Irish TS Member

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    I have a 2004 Sebring. Recently there has been a smell in the car. Today while looking for the source of the smell I discovered that there is water under the passinger seat. The metal of the floor is moulded so that it creates a "pocket" under the seat. this is the only area that is wet. I vacumed about 1/2 pint of water from this area. There is a hard plastic tube, which I believe is a rear heater vent that comes out of the center console into this area. I assumed that the moisture was coming from this tube, but it appears to be dry (inside and out). I drove it for about an hour, and the water returned, but the tube seemed dry. I also looked under the car to see if the water was coming from underneath, but there are no holes/gaps from the underside. Can water from the A/C get into this area? And is this a common problem? Any advise is greatly appreciated.

    Thanks, Eddie
     
  2. kriegart

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    See if your A/C drain is stopped up.
     
  3. smsnyder

    smsnyder Well-Known Member

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    Maybe heater core under dash is leaking and bad. i see this happen in chryslers.
     
  4. Jim101

    Jim101 Active Member

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    If it's clear water it's mot likely the A/C condensation drain is plugged. If it has some anti-freeze in it the heater is leaking.





    Jim
     
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