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Wet floors

Discussion in '2nd Gen Tundras (2007-2013)' started by Nodlenor, Aug 20, 2017.

  1. Aug 20, 2017 at 4:36 PM
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    Nodlenor

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    Discovered my floors were wet ant don't know why. I'm wondering if the AC can possibly be draining into my floor. Anyone had this problem or know if it is a possibility that the AC is the culprit? The carpet is wet front & rear and both sides. I used my shop vac and got probably a quart of water total from the carpet, then left the doors open all day with a fan blowing through. Now I need to find the cause. Any ideas?
     
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    If this were a HMMWV I would ask if it was in the passanger sue and if so tell you yes.

    Since this is a Tundra....I'm not quite sure. I'm curious to find out. Because it does sound like it might have something to do with the AC.
     
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    I'm no expert in this area but I would start with checking the filter behind the glove box. See if it's wet and if you haven't replaced in a while, replace it. I'm wondering if somehow your condenser is sweating and then distributing it through the ductwork throughout the vehicle. Or the drain in the engine compartment has come disconnected. I'm not too keen on the location of this sorry, but it sounds like it may have something to do with it.

    You did not mention if it had rained recently.
     
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    if you garage your car, I'd bet that yes... it's the AC condensation drain - i've not looked at the one on the Tundra but I've known people disrupt them when they stretch their legs under there and silly things like that.

    If you have a sunroof and don't garage your car, especially if you park it under a tree - check the drain holes around the sun roof frame.
     
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    Wonder if the condenser is clogged
     
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    I've had the truck for a year and it has been in a garage most of the time however it does get rained on sometimes. It doesn't have a sun roof. I have no idea where the water got in at. I'm just guessing it has something to do with the AC. I'll check the filter behind the glove box. It has been replaced since I've owned it so it shouldn't be dirty but it could be wet. Any other ideas where rain could get in? There seemed to be more water in the front than in the rear.
     
  7. Sep 14, 2017 at 4:02 PM
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    Most likely the drain for the evaporator coil is plugged. It's happened to me on another vehicle.
     
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    Run a/c look under right front at firewall see if you see water running if slow coming out clogged if running ok it's ok.
     

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