Calling all Members - not just the usual suspects. Money is urgently tight again people - all donations direct to the Fund please at firstname.lastname@example.orgSee also YZE's grand offer: http://www.cxoc.net/index.php?topic=19365.msg261734#msg261734
Leaks in thro' doors are rare. Water in passenger footwell is usually either from a dislodged aircon drain pipe, which is behind the carpet lining at the top front of the footwell. Remove 3 screws and drop it down - rubber drain runs from bottom of blower unit there towards midline then out thro floor rubber grommet. Only push fit at either end.Other option is a leaky heater matrix, up high behind the dash. If you run your hand up the back there and it's wet, there's your problem
Does the water smell of anything for example anti freeze, could be one of a few often talked about.Normaly though check heater matrix or pies to it, blocked drain points very likely too.
You don't have a sunshine roof do you?Also, if it's only when it rains, check out the vent in front of the windscreen - if the area under there where the wiper motor lives is full of dead leaves, then water will build up in there and spill over inside the car.Oh, and not running aircon isn't a good thing. It needs to be on at least once a month all year round.
All that rubber there looks a bit manky. Is that the join in the seal?On my C5, the rubber is all one big loop, but I seem to remember the Xsara had a join at the bottom. That all looks so battered, I don't know if you want to try to seal it, or simply replace?
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