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Make sure the hose from the blower under the dash behind the glove box is connected
 

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When you go through a car wash or just when it's raining?
 

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there is a gasket between the fan metal plate and the plastic blower enclosure, might be leaking?


Has it rained lately?
 

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There are plugs underneath the carpet, and they could be rotted.. causing it to be soaking up water into the carpet...

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In that case... no clue
 

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Must be condensation from your A/C core then, just clean the drain coming through the firewall.
 

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It is at the bottom of the firewall just above the steering rack big bolt.

 

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I just used a long pipe cleaner and once the pieces of leaves,pine needles and a shitload of bugs come out I almost got a shower.
 

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Once it stops leaking you might try the pipe cleaner trick to try and get as much of the debris as possible so it doesn't clog up again next week.

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Maybe put the old shopvac nozzle to it.
 

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I got mine at dollar store. I always find new uses for that stuff all the time.
 

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I used a wire coat hanger. Got the shop vac hooked up now.

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Shop vac sucked up some nasty stuff in there.
 
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