Troesma said:Also in the UK (London) and no internal condensation (save the usual frost everywhere on the outside...) Had heater-A/C actuator just replaced.
Nothing I would not get rid of (now) in the usual way.
On my Spyder the A/C would leak heavy water on the passenger side of the car, passengers would often note that water was dripping onto their feet, that may be a possibility?SJP63 said:Thanks....I can only assume that there is water in the car somewhere.....
MVP said:On my Spyder the A/C would leak heavy water on the passenger side of the car, passengers would often note that water was dripping onto their feet, that may be a possibility?
Not immediately, told the dealer to take care of it when I sent it back for consignment, wasn't going to make a trip to the dealer for it, figured I'd wait until the next service.SJP63 said:Yes I saw water drop there recently.....did you get it fixed?
I wonder if they put the tech who missed the leak into the trunk. If so, maybe you should check to see if they let him out! :laugh:... after 18 months of back & forward they discovered a tiny leak in seal around windscreen - water was then dripping through the dash and onto floor. New windscreen solved the prob. Also had a big leak in my boot... (they had to shut someone in the boot to find it).