Hey guys, thought /o/ would be the closest board to help me out with this question: I have a large leather CD case that I leave open on my passenger seat and the past few days there has been water on the front page when opening the case and all my CDs are wet (considerably too). The car has a leak behind the passenger glovebox in the corner that couldn't get to the case and rain doesn't seem to be causing it since it has been like this on non-rainy days. I keep a towel pressed up against the leak but some days the passenger floor is wet too. Any ideas? I thought maybe dew or moisture since the car isn't fully sealed but it seemed excessive for that
You say it seems excessive for moisture. Are there any low-points around your windows (IE somewhere the condensate would drip from)? Is this a recent thing now that nights are going below zero? Does it happen more of you leave the car for several days? Could try opening your windows for the last couple minutes before you park it, let the hot/humid air out.
This is the second thread i have seen you post some dumb shit in two days. Pleas just keep your fucking mouth shut.
this guy is right. Heater or drain. Could be a leak around windshield or bellow the wiper cowl (i have this sort of leak). but its very unlikely since your shit still gets wet when it doesn't drain
Does it smell or taste like coolant? If not its probably the evaporator drain
>Are there any low-points around your windows
No, but there is a leak behind the glovebox area towards the passenger floor which made me think maybe moisture could be getting in since the car isn't sealed as tight but it seemed unlikely. It is a recent thing but I live in a warmer climate and the hot and cold days don't seem to make a difference (had a mix of both the past week). I can definitely try leaving it open for a couple minutes to see how that does.
I never could figure out the leak, I've tried sealing the sunroof (Integra), I've checked the AC drain line and it isn't plugged and water flows out it just fine, I've also tried sealing the windshield completely and that doesn't appear to be the issue but if 871 could let me know how he figured his out I'd appreciate it just to further rule things out. The wet floor does not smell funny but it does seem to evaporate rather than stick around. How do I check the evaporator drain? Still, this fixes my floor problem possibly but the leather CD case sits on top of my leather seat full-time so I can't figure out how the shit water is getting in to it. It makes me think I'm going crazy but if anyone has any ideas on it let me know
Thanks for all the help guys