1994 Plymouth Voyager 4 cyl Automatic 99,400 miles
I bought this vehicle used about 6 months ago, and I noticed the carpet was a little damp a few days after purchasing it, right where my feet rest on the drivers side. It went away so I forgot about it.
Recently the leak came back. It comes from under the dashboard on the drivers side and falls directly on my brake pedal. My dad though that it was the heater or something like that and rerouted the pipe so I can no longer use my heater, but he said the leak should stop. It didn't. He then blew air threw the pipes to remove any water, and went me home again. He said there may still be a bit of water left inside, but it's still leaking, and more than just 'a little'. When I go around turns, it's pouring onto my feet, soaking my shoes. It's also ruining my carpet and creating a horrible smell.
The biggest problem is that it's messing with my electrical stuff. It causes my windshield wipers to turn on at random, or whenever I use my left turn signal. It also causes my interior light to constantly be on whether or not the door is open.
I honestly don't believe my father was correct. :/ What can be the source of all this water? Other than today and the day before, it hasn't rained in awhile. It leaks even with no rain.
I live in West Palm Beach, Florida. My boyfriend thinks humidity may have something to do with it.
have the same problem?
Monday, March 30th, 2009 AT 7:00 PM