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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-27-2009, 12:59 PM Thread Starter
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Water in glovebox

The other day I was cleaning my truck and opened my glove box to clean it out and there was about an 1.5" of water standing in it. I have no idea where it could have come from but everything was soaked. I do have a crack in my windshield but wouldnt think water could get in there. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks

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Re: Water in glovebox

uhm excessive condensation maybe i really dont think a crack in the windshield would do that if anything it would follow down the firewall and into your carpeting. I would drain it and whichever way you park your truck the next time it rains check it or you could wash it check the sides individually, left, right and windshield if you dont find any after that them im at a loss. Best of luck to you and just a tip dont spill any sugary substances in your truck they all stay on the right and left sides and takes alot to clean out really time consuming and it stinks for days even with a good cleaning in 80-90 degree temps

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Re: Water in glovebox

thats not good


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Re: Water in glovebox

This is just a guess. Is it possible that the drain for the A/C system is blocked up, and that's where the water is coming from?

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