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Water on Floor under Drivers Feet

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Ok new problem with the 2002 23 Lsv. Water appears from nowhere only under the drivers feet area. Its pretty wet. Doesn't seem to be coming from the dash (speedo) Does this sound like a heater problem perhaps?

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It's likely the heater core leaking......look for moist air / steam coming from the vents.

Time to replace the heater core

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The dead giveaway is if the water is warm..... it's the heater core.

I don't think an 02 would have those kind of speedos. Don't you have the paddlewheel under the boat?

Janders4, love the gate. I did something similar on our home's address. There is no mistaking a foil rider lives here.

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I just went through a similar experience on my 01 SS VLX. The floor would begin to get sloppy wet after about 10 mins on the water.

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It has the digital computer system and does have air lines coming into the computer that seem to be notorious for water coming up the line

The water surprisingly is not warm.

I should have added that the heater has never worked on the boat. The fan runs, but never any heat.

It has been leaking since de-winterizing this winter I would say. I am definitively leaning towards the heater core. Thanks

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