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2014 Fiesta Ti with wet floor in back passenger

ac drain water passenger rear

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#1 Macncheesepro

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Posted 31 October 2017 - 12:54 PM

So, I just realized last night, when my daughter was riding with me that the floor in the rear passenger side only was soaked! I thought maybe something spilled, but it's a lot of water. She was splashing her feet. It was more soaked after a ride this morning.

 

I was thinking the ac drain is clogged, but I can't find the drain for the life of me! I've been all under and on top of the engine bay along the firewall and near the back where the water is.

 

Any ideas?



#2 Macncheesepro

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Posted 01 November 2017 - 01:16 PM

Never mind. I found the issue. The dealer was actually pretty helpful. Wasn't event the ac drain. One of the sunroof drains was clogged. He said it can clog, backs up the A pillar and drips into the car. We had a lot of rain last week, and I hardly have anyone in my car, so it took a while to notice.

 

I just made a tiny plastic funnel to make a good seal on my air compressor nozzle, stuck it in the sunroof drain and blew it out. About a half gallon of water came out from under the car. Might be a good idea to blow it out after each oil change.

 

Now, I need to get the floor dry. The carpet and sound deadening foam are soaked. A lot of vacuuming, towels and fans blowing with the windows open right now...



#3 SHARONE

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Posted 03 November 2017 - 08:51 AM

Glade you figured it out








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