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Water in Cabin #1070837 04/13/14 03:48 AM
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stony-man Offline OP
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Whenever I get a serious downpour here, I have a lot of water on the driver's side floor. I cannot see anywhere on the firewall where it is dripping or running, and only the floor carpet is wet. The sides are dry. It's almost like someone is sneaking in at night and dumping a gallon of water on my floor. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/frown.gif" alt="" /> Does anyone have an idea of where this could be coming from?

I'm seriously getting close to taking a drive up to Cleveland and parking this thing in a bad neighborhood overnight.

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Re: Water in Cabin [Re: stony-man] #1070838 04/13/14 03:26 PM
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Oso Offline
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my first gen 1did that. found it had rusted away under the windshield rubber. water would run down the pillar and into the cabin.

if that's not it, i'll provide an east side address where you can leave it. i'll guarantee it will go away. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />


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Re: Water in Cabin [Re: Oso] #1070839 04/13/14 04:48 PM
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Ditto on the windshield rubber or a rust hole in the corner of the gutter where the wiperassembly is.


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Re: Water in Cabin [Re: PartyTruck] #1070840 04/16/14 04:50 AM
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I've had 2 gen1's leak around the windshield rubber too.


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Re: Water in Cabin [Re: zarktheshark] #1070841 04/16/14 10:38 PM
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stony-man Offline OP
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This is on my '05, and it's really clean; no rust. I guess it could be rusted in a place I can't see it. Thanks guys.

Re: Water in Cabin [Re: stony-man] #1070842 04/17/14 01:31 AM
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jdavis Offline
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My Gen II was getting pretty wet for awhile, turned out to be sunroof drains being clogged.


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Re: Water in Cabin [Re: stony-man] #1070843 04/17/14 04:49 AM
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Oso Offline
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This is on my '05, and it's really clean; no rust. I guess it could be rusted in a place I can't see it. Thanks guys.


9 years old and no rust? I spent 30 years in the buckeye state - that has to be a record! <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/kewl.gif" alt="" />


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