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My feet are still wet!


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Ok guys,

I have a MY00. I keep having the same problem. Wet passanger footwell, and a bit on the drivers side too. Ok the water is coming from where the center consle and front firewall meet. Trickling down the that corner (if you are sitting in the drivers seat the corner where your right foot would be; or left foot in the pasanger seat)

Ok I checked all the drain holes, they all seem clear.

I always seems to happen when I use my AC a lot.

Does anybody else have this problem? HELP!

Oh and on a side note, When I was looking around checking the drain holes after a long hot summer drive the front right quarter panel was SUPER hot. Much hotter then any of the other panels. Why so?

THanks guys

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Ok guys,

I have a MY00. I keep having the same problem. Wet passanger footwell, and a bit on the drivers side too. Ok the water is coming from where the center consle and front firewall meet. Trickling down the that corner (if you are sitting in the drivers seat the corner where your right foot would be; or left foot in the pasanger seat)

Ok I checked all the drain holes, they all seem clear.

I always seems to happen when I use my AC a lot.

Does anybody else have this problem? HELP!

Oh and on a side note, When I was looking around checking the drain holes after a long hot summer drive the front right quarter panel was SUPER hot. Much hotter then any of the other panels. Why so?

THanks guys

I do have the same problem in my 2000 Boxster. Can somebody shed some light on this?

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I bet you drive with the top down and the AC cranked. I do too.

On a partucularly humid day, I was wearing sandals and noticed that condensation from the AC tubes, was dripping on my feet. I reached down and the plastic was really wet. Like a cold drink on hot humid day.

I assume it does not happen with the top closed, since the AC takes humidity out of the air.

I can't imagine a solution other than towelling off the tubes.

I notice you're from Boston. I am also and yesterday and today would be just the kind of day's this would happen.

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