My electrical issues brought me to this. When inspecting the grounding buss, my research got a little carried away.
I pulled out the entire interior (minus dash) and found standing water and padding that was nothing more than a drenched sponge.
Here are pics of what I found....
Back seat bottom tray:
Under side of the back seat bench (mold):
Carpet uninstalled (rear passenger side):
Standing water at the parking brake bowl:
More standing water at the power seat electrical rails:
One of the culprits (rear passenger door seal):
Fairly dry (but a higher area):
Now for the padding...
After only standing on end for 5 minutes:
I moved the back seat section and literally after 30 seconds this is how much drained:
The only piece of dry padding (under front seats):
Drying out (now in the garage):
At least one of the Bonnies is water tight!
Next weekend I'm going to steam clean the carpet. It'* salvagable.
I will install new pad. Probably something that'* designed for a basement (vapor barrier). That won't come until I resolve all these leaks.
And, for what it'* worth, I POURED water out of the passenger side grounding buss. All other electrical connections looked great.