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Old 12-08-2004, 08:15 PM   #31
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The A pillar is the one by the windsheild, the C pillar is the one by the back window.
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wow thanks, what side though>?
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i should cheak mine. how do u remove the a and c pillar covers? do they just pull off? and should i see the hose as soon as i take then off?
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Both sides. There are 4 drains total. No tools necessary. Just pry carefully.
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Both sides. There are 4 drains total. No tools necessary. Just pry carefully.
Yeah thanks.. just broke off a peice of the front left pillar any way the back hoses are connected... doubt its the front.
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Check the same thing in the rear, but remember that even if the hoses are connected, they may be clogged. You'll get the same effect that way.
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Lol youre tearing your car to pieces. Dont worry Im sure it happens to a lot of us on our first time exploring. Im having the same problem but I dont have a sun roof. That black plastic edging on the top of the roof though is all cracked up and the seal on one of the doors is just hanging there so I'll have to check it out and see if thats where its leaking. I have like 1 inch puddles in my back carpet and in the mornings the inside of the windshield gets moist and foggy and its gross. I hope it isnt coming from under the back seat cause that would kinda suck.
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Lol youre tearing your car to pieces. Dont worry Im sure it happens to a lot of us on our first time exploring. Im having the same problem but I dont have a sun roof. That black plastic edging on the top of the roof though is all cracked up and the seal on one of the doors is just hanging there so I'll have to check it out and see if thats where its leaking. I have like 1 inch puddles in my back carpet and in the mornings the inside of the windshield gets moist and foggy and its gross. I hope it isnt coming from under the back seat cause that would kinda suck.
Yours is probably door seals.
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yea my driver soor seal has shrunk and when it rains hard i get water down the B pillar and on the floor.

luckily that it never really rains hard in NC
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Anybody know where the a/c drain hose runs in the Bonne? My mother had a Grand Marquis that had this type of problem... I checked seals and windows and looked for holes... come to find out the a/c has a hose that has a connection in the rear floor board area that gets clogged and creates a lake... just a thought.
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