Re: RE: 2002 water leak Q 2 of 2

From: Scott Lane (
Date: Sun Feb 14 2010 - 23:35:45 EST

It could be the condensate drain is clogged as it will dump on the
passenger side


On Sun, Feb 14, 2010 at 7:23 PM, Bob N <> wrote:
> I'd have someone run the garden hose on it while your looking around inside before you pull the windshield.
> Bob
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> Working on a 2002 Dakota.
> We found the passenger floor soaking wet.  So much so that I pulled the seat and carpet out in order to dry it.
> It does not appear to be the heater core.  After drying the floor out I ran it quite a bit today with the heater on, without any water.  Yesterday as the snow was melting off the top water kept seeping into the cab, on the passenger floor.
> To my knowledge the windshield has never been changed.
> Are there any "likely" sources of a water leak we should look at first?  I hate to have the windshield R&R without some idea that that is the problem.
> Thanks,
> Cal

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