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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
Total Produced: 71,212 - Years Produced: 1992 to 1999


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Old Thu, Aug-02-2018, 04:20:34 AM   #1
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Default Clogged AC Duct

I need some help to identify where I'm leaking water inside the cabin. It's coming from the passenger side left foot well below the glove box. I assume there is a leak or a clog. Would anyone know how to get to it? Do I have to just remove the glove box or do I have to remove the dash. Thanks.
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You can start by removing the glovebox. Which means glovebox+vents as a whole, otherwise you will get a sagging lid, if you haven't already.

Also check the rubber boot on the passenger side, located on the bulkhead, behind the engine (there is one on each side). These can clogged up, making the heater core air inlet a small pool.
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You can start by removing the glovebox. Which means glovebox+vents as a whole, otherwise you will get a sagging lid, if you haven't already.

Also check the rubber boot on the passenger side, located on the bulkhead, behind the engine (there is one on each side). These can clogged up, making the heater core air inlet a small pool.
Thanks. I'll look there first.
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