Yes, I believe mine has the "rain hat" although it did not appear to be closed and the cabin filter was out of place. Bought a new cabin filter and closed the "rain hat"
I noticed that my A/C
drain was wet on the bottom side of the tube and the sound deadening material was additionally wet on the outside of the fire wall.
I think the A/C
tube drain was wicking from the drain and back to the fire wall.
Thanks for suggesting the solution to silicon the area. However, I did not have a tube handy.
I decided that I would lengthen the drain tube to reduce the effect of wicking back to the fire wall
I used an old bicycle inner tube, 20" size worked good.
I cut it about 2 inches long, leave about 1/2 space from the engine block.
As the tube is naturally curved, use the natural curve to direct the water flow down.
Using one finger inside of the cut inner tube, secure one side to the A/C
tube and user your finder to slip the other side over the A/C
The inner tube cut this short will not collapse and will remain rigid enough to allow free flow of the evap
I took about a 100 mile road trip, defrost and rain the whole way with no sign of moisture or puddling in the car.
So, Trademarked and patented under the name E-Vap-Away is available for 9.95 plus shipping and handling. Includes easy to follow instructions and diagram. Money back guarantee if not completely satisfied. Well maybe not 100 per cent money back, but I'll send you something.
Licensing opportunities available, I am sure someone at FoMoCo is monitoring.
Checked again this morning and all is dry.
Thanks for your help and hope this helps others