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Old 03-13-2006, 04:32 PM   #21
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I will check but I think it is getting wet standing still. I just noticed that the plastic piece below windshield where the cabin filter goes is not pressed tight and is missing a plastic pin in the middle leaving a gap between rubber and windshield.I will take care of this but would water be able to travel fromthis area to driver front and back floor?Also anybody found a good way to tighten this to window(is it called a COWL)these plastic pins dont hold [email protected]#.THANKS (getting discouraged)
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Pull the carpet. It'* not as hard as you think.

You will find the leak, fix it and be back together and zipping along in no time.
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Pull the carpet. It'* not as hard as you think.

You will find the leak, fix it and be back together and zipping along in no time.
and take it to the self service carwash and power wash it while it'* out. Put back in a nice clean rug.
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Yesterday I noticed that between front driver door and rear door the rubber seal does not seem to be as tight as the passenger side and there is a space up top , I think water is entering going to the front and rear floor.Anyone had this happen, it doesnt look to easy to fix.
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Could it be leaking around where the battery vent tube goes through the floor under the rear seat ?

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I not sure is that beside the battery , cause that side is dry ,battery is passenger side.I will look though. thanks for input
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