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Water Leak in rear passenger footwell
Topic Started: Sat Feb 17, 2018 4:10 pm (296 Views)
Hu99u
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So as mentioned I have a water leak of some kind in the rear passenger footwell and it's in such a place that makes it very hard for water to get into, I not loosing any coolant and the heater matrix appears to be dry.

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Daliscar
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Rear vent seals ?
Bet you’ve done those.......
Edited by Daliscar, Sat Feb 17, 2018 4:18 pm.
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Hu99u
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Nope haven't done anything yet as looking for ideas on what could be causing it to be as only pass side
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Rear windscreen? C pillar vents as said, perhaps a drain of some kind? Sunroof etc
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Cockney21
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I had the O ring fail on the heater matrix connecting pipe on the passenger side, very little coolant loss but over time it could build up. Easy fix lucky enough.
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Taste the water. Yes really, only a touch on the tip of your tongue. That will rule out(or in) a leak from the heater.
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Hu99u
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Yeah I've tasted the water and still is getting in somewhere.
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Not the heater ? Check the rear c post vents.
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