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Possibly plugged cowel drains... flooding through heater. It's impossible to easily see the drains, located behind the hood hinges.
There should be a drain from the heat/AC box through the firewall... a small rubber hose. Frequently gets plugged... or sometimes get damaged & lets water in! It's where AC tech looks for dye when repairing AC.
Every once in a blue moon, I have water drips from overhead console after a heavy rain... forcing past gaskets on marker lights.
Good advise all around. You'll have to systematically go through all possibilities.
2001.5 Dodge Quadcab, 2500, 5.9, AD150, big line, 47RE auto, 4X4, 4.10, 265/75R16, 8800 GVW, TCW3 4"TBE, 36" FTE swirl resonator, straight through "muffler", IAT (mpg) fooler, XZT+. NRA LIFE MEMBER
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