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Old 10-19-2006, 08:35 AM   #11
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there supost to be a hole in the floor. just like you said for water to drain out if ever or when ever water gets in there.. and the moding around the door some times give out and some time it looks good to ... but did you ever had the a windos replace?
There are NOT supposed to be open holes in the floor. The car was not produced by Barney and Fred. Any drainage holes in the floor would have rubber plugs over them.
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there supost to be a hole in the floor. just like you said for water to drain out if ever or when ever water gets in there.. and the moding around the door some times give out and some time it looks good to ... but did you ever had the a windos replace?
There are NOT supposed to be open holes in the floor. The car was not produced by Barney and Fred. Any drainage holes in the floor would have rubber plugs over them.
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You're certain there'* no water in the trunk? I had 2 problems leading to water in the rear floorboards - a leaking rear window seal and a gap in the door weatherstripping (there was shrinkage!). Had to have the rear window professionally sealed (RTV or other cheap solutions will not do it!), and I got some scrap weatherstripping from the junkyard to fill in the gaps and force the weatherstripping tight to the body.

The window seal was a source for the trunk and the floorboards. And it was a mother fo find - only seemed to manifest itself when it was raining really hard and long. I'd find water in the car after a night of rain. Drove me crazy.
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