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The interior carpets keep accumulating water to the point where puddles form and I have to vacuum out the water 2 or 3 times a week. At first I thought it was because of the rain because there is no odour to the water. Now it hasn't rained in a few days but the water continues to get in somehow. Could it be from the heater even though the water does not smell like antifreeze? Anybody else have this problem and if so what was the solution?
 

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I had a problem like that once in a Honda. There was a condensation drain tube under the dash that was accidentially kicked loose. On a long trip, the water collected and shorted out my computer which in Honda's is under the passenger seat.

I suggest you get it fixed, if that is it. Can you not find where its coming from? Have you noticed it being more prominent with the A/C on?

Just guessing, it may be something else...

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when I got my R/T new it had a leak....in the top center of the windshield. took em a bit to find, but they did. my carpet would be wet, yet i found no leaks, they had to strip the car down to find it.
 

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I just had my car completely detailed yesterday, and the guy told me I had heavy condensation built up by the front drivers seat. He thought that I must have spilled something, but I have nevered spilled anything in there. So, I am going to check in a couple of days and see if comes back. If so, my ass is on the highway to the dealership.
 

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It is more prominent with the AC off. Looks like I'll have to bring it in. Thanks for the tips though.
 

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check out this posting....

Topic: Someone confirm or deny this, woodja?

It is in this forum. Sounds like the side windows have a pi$$-poor designed seal also...

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