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Old 02-21-2008, 08:57 PM   #1
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I know theres alot of threads about water leaks but i dont have that much time to search thru all the threads. I got a 02 bonne that has leak on the driver floor and more in the rear floor on the driver side. i read some threads and they say it maybe leakin from the sunroof. but i dont have a sun roof...for example yesterday i had rain all day , didnt drive the car all night drove the car this morning to go work with clear skies , touched the rear floor it was little dry and front also "was drying prior soakage couple days earlier" but dry enough..everything seems okay...15 minutes later i checked the back driver floor..it was a puddle of water . ANY HELP?..thanks in advance.
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Have you checked out the door seals to make sure they are sealing properly?
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Have you checked out the door seals to make sure they are sealing properly?
i did check back then like a month ago but just the front. I didnt take the door panel off because i didnt know how to get it off but i popped the bottom open to see if the seals are sealed and it was completely incorrect. So i just seal it back with some gaulk but just the bottom part. And if it was leakin from the seals where would the water be coming in from? i don't see any water leaking in. but i do see water under the door panel
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and if it was the driver door seals , whys the back always have more puddle of water than the front?
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The search button at the top of the page will help you so you don't have to view all of the threads. This is a great write-up by Ddalder that may help you.
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...or+water+leaks
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hey guys its me again...im pretty sure its not my seals on my doors. my carpet was soak and i vacumm it out and let it dry for 2 or 3 days. im believe it has to be something with the a/c leaking. it hasnt rain for a couple days and when i turn my a/c on for about 15 minutes it starts to get soaked in the front floorboard to the back driver board also ( heavy soakage)...have any ideas???
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It should be easy to trace AC condensation. It should drip on the ground underneath the passenger firewall area - outside the car. Is any dripping outside the car at all?
Is it warm and humid enough to run the AC and cause enough condensation to create the soakage you describe? This needs some more investigating.
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