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Cadillac SRX Second Generation Forum (2010-2016) Discussion, water leaking from the vent on the bottom floor pan in Cadillac SRX; I just noticed water dripping from the bottom of my 2014 SRX. It only has 44K miles. It looks like ...
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    water leaking from the vent on the bottom floor pan

    I just noticed water dripping from the bottom of my 2014 SRX. It only has 44K miles. It looks like its coming from the drain hole on the bottom of the middle floor pan. I assume this is where the condensation drips from when the air condition is on, however I have not used the Air and it seems to be dripping all the time. Just noticed this today. It clearly is water. Any one out there have an idea why? Its been very rainy here in NH lately but the car is always garaged. Typically when the drip occurs from when the air is on in the summer time, the condensation goes away quickly after the engine is turned off, however its been 3 hours and the water is still dripping.

    any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks

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    Re: water leaking from the vent on the bottom floor pan

    The a/c runs sometimes even when you don't specifically tell it to. Make sure it is completely off.

    Check you sunroof drains on each corner by pouring water down each one. The water should drain fairly quickly. If not, you may have a drain partially clogged or loose from the fitting. Check your floors for damp carpet all over, including under the rear hatch where the spare tire kit is.

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    Re: water leaking from the vent on the bottom floor pan

    Thanks, I will check the spare tire compartment as well.
    No water on the floors. I think it was humid day and we had the air on by mistake. That is all i can think might of happened. Not leaking now.

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