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I have water coming into my 1990 Jeep Wrangler under neath the dash board

(1990 Jeep Wrangler)
in Midland, MI on August 28, 2012
also note some water dripping down the fire wall on the interior. I have no AC and know it is not the coolent. No dealer nor body shop know how to remedy this problem I need advise thanks
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of Greg's Orange Auto on August 28, 2012
poss heater core is leaking. take a dip with your finger and if it tastes sweet repl heater core or by pass for the summer
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on August 28, 2012
It is not the coolent it only come in when it rains out. In another words it's only water coming into the jeep underneath the dash and interior of the fire wall. any suggestions and thank you for answering
of Greg's Orange Auto on August 28, 2012
could be windshield is leaking at seal or its rusted away in corner of tray under wiper vent tray. sorry i miss read your post. remove tray under wipers and run a garden hose there and see if it leaks inside if not run water on corners of windshield
on August 28, 2012
No it does not taste sweet just water
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