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Old 11-14-2010, 06:10 PM
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Water Leak on Excursion

Has anyone had any problems with water leaking from underneath their EX? I went hunting in SD and was cleaning my truck out. I took out my Husky Floor liners and had a wet spot. I figured it was just some water for the dogs that got spilled. As I continued cleaning most of the back carpet was wet. I took off some moldings and pulled the carpet up. The pad and carpet was really wet. I'm guessing I have a leak from below. Anyone have any ideas where I can narrow my search? Thanks.
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Old 11-14-2010, 07:32 PM
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i will try and put this as redneck as can be since i cant remebe what you call the piece ....evaporator or ??? that thingy that lets the condensation run under the truck when the AC is blowing will clog up and the water will overflow and run into the cab floor , at least i had a few freightliners do this on me. Sure a pro on here can tell ya exactly where to look , but up under the passenger side of the dash by the blower unit it should have a drain that sounds clogged up.
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Old 11-15-2010, 06:07 PM
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I will check that. Is there an evaporator in the back? The very back carpet is really wet and the carpet on the lower part of the stepped back is also wet. We were hunting and left the rear vent window open-there was some minor precipitation but we never noticed any getting in. Aside from completely taking the carpet up and spraying water from the bottom, I'm not sure where to check. I suppose it could be coming from a window or something, but the moisture seems to be in the middle of the truck.
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Old 11-16-2010, 05:17 AM
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i believe there is another complete unit in the passenger side rear cargo area , figured someone else would have chimed in. Cant imagine what else would be getting it that wet inside there unless you have a window leaking really bad or the dogs just knocked something over , something leaked out or along those lines
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