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2014 Ford Exployer Sport Leak in passenger floor board


Billy Boaz

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I have a leak in floor board of the passenger side and ever thing else is dry. I ran water on the moon roof and the windshield but they were dry. when i ran water around the passenger door the door locks were opening and closing but didn't see any leaks.
 


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I'd open the moonroof and put a garden hose on a slow flow to the front and see if your drain tubes are draining. Water should be coming out behind your front tires onto the ground. If it pools and doesnt drain, that is your problem. This is what typically happens to cause water on the floor boards. Depending on angle of your vehicle at the time, water could go to the rear channels and drain but if noise down, goes to the front and pools. It then seems in and can go down your as pillar down to the carpet.

Could also be ac evaporator which I believe is in the dash leaking.

Just 2 things I can think of to cause it.
 




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