at night try this:: open the hood area and get someone to get into the
car with a flashlight under the dash on the pass. side with it on...
look for the light leaking from the inside car via the firewall and also
the area by the windhield wipers.. might be able to see the source... it
dont work in the daytime.... too much light....
Be sure it's water and not antifreeze. A wet passenger floor is a classic
clue to a leaking heater core. If you have air conditioning it could also be
caused by a plugged drainline from the heater plenum.
Every day is a good day- it's just that some are better than others.
I don't know this type of car but is the battery located in the wiper trough
on that side ? If so remove the battery and have a good prod about
underneath it ! This is a common rot-spot on Ford models.
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Thanks for the suggestions! The flashlight one sounds good, and I will try
it when I get a helper. It is definitely
rainwater - saw it dripping when driving during the rain and not dripping
driving today without the rain. There was
quite a bit in the rug and I spent a lot of time with a sponge and a lot of
time with a hair dryer trying to dry
it out so I got a good look at it. Battery is not on the back wall.
I need to get a shop manual - I have a Haynes manual and it says to take the
rugs out every 3 months, but
doesn't say how! It looks very tight and unremovable. By day I put a hair
dryer on it and by night I put down
plastic and a tray.
Took more leaves out of the wiper tray today - geez I hope that was it.
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