2001 Cadillac Catera Two Wheel Drive Automatic 108000 miles
I purchased a 2001 Cadillac Catera with 100,000 miles. It is in immaculate shape.
About two weeks ago I began hearing a sloshing sound when slowing down or speeding up quickly. The sloshing sound seems to be coming from under the car. Between the drivers seat and the frame of the car. The liquid sounds like it moves from front to back. In fact, I discovered today that the carpet under the foot pedals was soaken wet. In addition, the carpet in the "foot well" of the the rear, driver's side seat was soaken as well. The liquid seems like clean, clear water. No odor, no hint of color. There is no gas, antifreeze or oil in it.
We have gotten a lot of rain lately. But it is hard to believe that enough rainwater could have accumulated to cause this.
What type of chamber runs under the driver's seat and the one behind it? Could it be something with the AC?
have the same problem?
Sunday, September 26th, 2010 AT 10:23 PM