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I took my fleetwood for a ride around the block so i could clean the driveway from all the ice. I noticed that there was ice built up in the front passenger side and a little dampness on the driver side. The car has been sitting for about 3 months with snow piling up on it.

Where would the water be coming in from? Anyone else have this problem? Would it be from the windshield or from the base of the windshield?

Need some advice.

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I had a problem with the seams in the cowl area (around the heater core area, but on the outside) I had to take out a lot of the interior to find the source, but some seam sealer and undercoat solved the broblem. You might also double check the a/c condensation drain, but since you have the problem after sittin (like mine), that is probably not the problem. I removed the inner fender, and you get a great view of every body seam. Hope this helps.
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heat core box's drain is plugged? Just thinking...
 
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Thanks Adam, thanks Corey.

I'll check the seal at the heat core and inner fender. Maybe wait till spring when its a little warmer and dont damage any trim pieces by trying to take them off when they are frozen.
 
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