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Old 01-05-2005, 03:30 AM   #1
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i have a 1995 bonneville and it has been raining the past few days and i notice in the driver and passenger rear floor is soak with water? i don't understand how the floor is getting wet like that, its like a small puddle, does anyone know what the problem may be?
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is your trunk wet too?
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I had a problem with this. Check all your door seals and check for gaps. I had a big one on both sides of my rear doors in the curved on the back part of the windows. Did the same thing as what you're talking about. Check for gaps in the seal itself and gaps between the seal and the door frame (which was where my main problem was). Hopefully a board vet (randman, do you hear me?) will come in and give you advice on how to actually FIX it. I fixed mine, with my dad'* help, but I suck when it comes to giving those kinds of instruction, and I don't want to mess you up Also, I may be missing another possible cause, but a leak like the one I told you about is a definite possibility. Hope that helps And one more thing - welcome to the BCF!
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I had a problem with this. Check all your door seals and check for gaps. I had a big one on both sides of my rear doors in the curved on the back part of the windows. Did the same thing as what you're talking about. Check for gaps in the seal itself and gaps between the seal and the door frame (which was where my main problem was). Hopefully a board vet (randman, do you hear me?) will come in and give you advice on how to actually FIX it. I fixed mine, with my dad'* help, but I suck when it comes to giving those kinds of instruction, and I don't want to mess you up Also, I may be missing another possible cause, but a leak like the one I told you about is a definite possibility. Hope that helps And one more thing - welcome to the BCF!
This sounds like it'* becoming a common problem. My leak was comming through the tail lights, into the trunk, under the seat, and onto the floor board. Maybe everyone should probably sit down and compile ideas? This will make helping other people out easier too.
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not sure if the truck is wet, ill take a look at that, just curious if there are any plastic plugs under the floor pan of the car?
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