Why is my car getting water inside?
If this rubber is fitted incorrectly or is damaged or brittle, water may leak into the car. This leak is the most common after a windshield is replaced – the installer may neglect to place the new seal properly. If you notice water on your dashboard, or in your trunk, this is the most likely cause.
Why is water leaking under my dashboard when it rains?
If water leaks in your car when it rains, it could be from damaged or loose weatherstripping. Weatherstripping can tear and deteriorate over time, but it can also break. If for example you locked your keys in your car and break in with a wedge and metal rod, the weatherstripping can get damaged in the process.
Why is there water in the rear footwell of my car?
Sounds like the condenser drain is either clogged or not connect properly and the moisture from the air couldn’t get drain out of the exchanger. Water backed up and leaked into the car.
Is Rover 75 a classic car?
If ever there was a car that has become the epitome of an up-and-coming classic, the Rover 75 is it.
How does water get into the back of a car?
The water can get into the boot around the rear light seals and from there run down into the back of your car. Your son was absolutely right about damage to the inside of your car.
Where does the water in the passenger footwell come from?
Primary source of water in the passenger footwell is via the pollen filter hatch. If the plenum drains are blocked, the plenum floods and water evntually overflows into the cab. Clearing the plenum drains is the first mantra of 75/ZT owners.
Can water damage the inside of my car?
The water can get into the boot around the rear light seals and from there run down into the back of your car. Your son was absolutely right about damage to the inside of your car. There are lots of electronic components that don’t like to live in a damp atmosphere behind the dashboard of your car. :err: :err: :err: