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Old 02-25-2017, 12:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, I have a water leak on my 2008 Jimny. I'll attach a photo to show you where its coming from. The drivers side footwell is also wet but this could still be wet from having a new heater matrix fitted 2 months ago. The leak drips for about 5 minutes after the engine is switched off (its clear water with no taste). Any ideas?
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Welcome to the forum. Does this only happen when the AC is on, I see the evaporator connections are directly above where you have marked. It's normal for condensation to form and drip from wherever the drain is fitted.
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Yep think the above is correct. I see there is a seal (19) to stop any water running back inside. If you think any water may be running down the side of it I would find a short piece of the correct size hose to extend it a little. Preferably curved down a few degrees.

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I never use the A/C, not even in the summer. I'd rather open the window.
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I'm now wondering if the garage has wired things up wrong after having a new heater matrix fitted.
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