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Wet carpet behind drivers seat RHD vehicle


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Dear All,

I wonder if anyone would be able to help. When I was cleaning the boxster I found that the carpet sponge behind the driver side in my RHD car was soaked. It appears that the carpet had soaked from underneath and the sponge was wet and the carpet on minimally.

I searched this forum and eventually found a small blockage in the roof drains which now flows perfectly.

However I am still finding the carpet is still slightly wet, if this because of the buildup or is there soemthing else. I read it could be something related to aircon but is this on LHD vehicles in the US?

Here is a picture, does the black tubing which runs under the carpet have anything to do with it?

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Any help appreciated.

Cheers.

Dan

Boxster 2.5 RHD

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Am pretty sure this leak is coming from the airconditioning, its been not been raining and have had the aircon on and can still feel carpet is wet.

Can anyone advise where the aircon system runs, is there a filter tray or something underneath the seat or is it blocked somewhere?

Any advice appreciated?

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Boxster Water Drainage

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1 - Water drainage: water collection tray

2 - Water drainage: sealing channel on rear side section

3 - Water drainage: tank tray

4 - Water drainage: evaporator of heating and air-conditioning system

5 - Water drainage: radiator tank

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Boxster Water Drainage

post-2-1149869019_thumb.jpg

1 - Water drainage: water collection tray

2 - Water drainage: sealing channel on rear side section

3 - Water drainage: tank tray

4 - Water drainage: evaporator of heating and air-conditioning system

5 - Water drainage: radiator tank

Thanks loren, according to the diagram it looks like its the water collection tray or sealing channel on rear side collection thats blocked or causing the leak!

Loren, can u advise on how to access the water collection tray?

The drains were working properly when I flushed them out.

Thanks in advance.

Dan

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