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Man, take out your glove box. There are 5 screws total, two on the bottom corners and three on top (two top corners and one in center), you might have to open up the box to locate the top screws.
Take it out and watch for moisture. Drive around town without the glove box and pay attention to what is happening down there. Also drive around town with A/C on full blast for 15-20 minutes at least, then look under the car to see if water is dripping, cause there should be. If the purge hose is clogged with mud (it happens) it's gonna full itself up and flood the vent system.
Last summer the mat under the front passenger seat of my Gen4 was SOAKED. Enough that I would put it in the clothes dryer once a week. I never did anything and it went away but I think it was coming out of the vent underneath the seat. This year on the first hot day I noticed the dripping and panicked like a schoolgirl only to have a coworker laugh at me. Since I didn't noticed it last summer I assume it was clogged bad and vomiting back through the vents.
Restoring '65 Chevy Impala Super Sport w/ 327-300 small block, Edelbrock carb/intake and T-5 tranny that will probably blow up.
Black '98 Camry LE 4Cyl Auto, 188 000Kms and counting
Black '98 Camry CE 4Cyl Auto, 295 000Kms and counting - SOLD
Last edited by Maim Menu; 06-09-2006 at 07:29 PM.