Simple, you have a leak. Suspect that it is leaking from the cowl. Check the drain for the condenser and see if it is plugged. Check for debris below the window in the channel.if you have a sunroof, sometimes the drain hose gets clogged and water will back up into the car. It can run down the inside of your A pillar and end up in the floor board. Similarly, if it happens when you run the A/C, the condensation drain hose could be clogged and backing up into the floor.
You didn't mention what vehicle you have but in most vehicles the heater core is located under the dash on the passenger side. The heater core is known to spring a leak and show up on the passengers floor. Turn on the defroster and see if your nose senses the sweet smell of radiator coolant. The inside of the windshield my fog up when the defroster is turned on, this would also indicate a leaky heater core.
sounds like a clogged drain line in the air intake. I had the same problem with my 94 jeep. All you need to do is locate where your air intake is and you should find a drain line. run a wire or plumbers sink snake through it and it should solve the problem.
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Had the same problem my coil had a split in the bottom of it grounding out on top of the block go look under the hood on the passenger side @NIGHT AND LOOK FOR YOUR LIGHTNING
mainly by firefighters. Sometime it rains.
it rains alot!
"I have a 2003 Ford Explorer, the original owner. When it rains, the passenger side carpeting gets soaked. What causes this? I do have a moon roof."
Windshield seal? Lower door seal? Hole in floor ?
There is obviously a leak in either the firewall/cowl area or the window seal.
It could be a door seal or more likely the windshield is leaking.
If it rains, then it rains. If it rains, things on the street will get wet and anything not protected from the rain will get soaked or wet.
Bringing out a shoe that doesn't get your feet soaked when it rains.
On my 82 280D I found the Sun roof leaked. ater resealing in. no more water.
After it rains most of the rain water goes in sewage holes or gets soaked up by the soil. Rain also gets evaporated when the sun comes out.
It's located passenger side below windshield wiper. remove the cover at the base of windshield and pull it out. be careful putting back the piece of rubber if you don't want the passenger floor to become a lake when it rains
I had the same issue with a 2001 Alero and the Oldsmobile repair shop installed some sort of deflector inside of the door. Not sure what or where exactly but that is what they told me.
There are details you didn't give us.If your washroom floor drain only clogs when it rains, that may be a feature, not a bug. There are backflow traps that can be installed in floor drains to keep them from backing up and getting sewer water all over the floor. If your washroom floor is in the basement, the fact that it's clogging when it rains may be saving you from a big, nasty cleanup job.