If this water is apearing only when the A/C is on, you will have to get the drain tubes checked for the A/C. When the A/C is on the reaction to the cooling procedure is that the air is de humidified, that is the moisture is draw out of the air and is drained away via a drain tube, this tube may have become blocked or disloged and the water is not flowing away and ending up in the cabin. The dran tube (often 2) are accessed under the car so it will best be checked on a hoist to see if it is blocked. Your mechanic should be able to do this simple job.
Please consider a to help us answer more questions.
Sunday, August 19th, 2007 AT 8:50 PM