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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-20-2016, 09:38 PM Thread Starter
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I got water in my cab

So my passenger side floor is getting soaked. When I first noticed it(only had the truck a few months) I thought ok the guy I bought it from totally screwed me and there's a hole in the cab. I looked a bunch and didn't see any holes or anything. It's been dry the passed few weeks and I haven't been through anything wet so that leads me to the ac is somehow draining into my floor.
My question is are there any drain lines I can check or anything yall can suggest?


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A wet passenger side floor always makes me think about a heater core first and foremost...

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There's one underneath the accumulator, behind the air box. It can allow water to run back into the cab. Here's a cheap, easy fix:

Dodge Ram A/C Drain Line Installation &raquo Motor Mayhem

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I have the same problem but haven't got a chance to look at it yet. However I am fairly certain it is either the rear cab break light or the rear window seal.

I've found a few other ppl who had similar issues and this fixed it.

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