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Cold Water Leaking On My Foot While Driving 05 CTT

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I know the drain for the condenser is on the passanger side so why am I getting soaked with cold water on the drivers side?? Passenger side carpet is dry and drivers side carpet is completely filled with water. What should I do?? A simple fix or does she need a trip to porsche.. Thanks in advance..

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I know mudman I cant figure it out. It only leaks with ac on. It leaks right on the gas pedal and the water is very cold. Now that it is hot it leaks steady. Is their any ac equipment maybe in the center above the radio?? The carpet is so wet it leaks out the door..

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I would check the A/C drain again, if the drain is blocked or clogged, condensation water can penetrate in to the central part of the unit and from there through the seams dripping inside. The whole A/C unit is not fully waterproof till the top.

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Thanks guys, it was a blocked a/c drain. It threw me off that the passanger side carpet was dry.. I pulled the drain off the a/c and the unit was filled with water Blew through the drain line to free it up and now all is fine.. Thanks again!!

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Yes lately its been outside. When I took out the cabin filter to replace I did notice some pine needles etc. in the bottom of the filter tray, so I see debris entering inside the unit which I guess eventually got stuck in the drain line. But I will say I really had to blow hard in the drainline to clear it out, it was realy plugged up. Now I hope my carpet dries out on the drivers side as it is completely soaked with water..

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