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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 05-04-2008, 12:52 AM Thread Starter
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so i wasnt sure where to put this...

everytime it rains the floor on the driver side is soaked like a mofo...even when the car is sitting and not driven in the rain. wtf? i cannot find where it is leaking and the dealer doesnt think anything is wrong, LOL
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so i wasnt sure where to put this...

everytime it rains the floor on the driver side is soaked like a mofo...even when the car is sitting and not driven in the rain. wtf? i cannot find where it is leaking and the dealer doesnt think anything is wrong, LOL
Easy test, take it to the car wash. More than likely, it is leaking around a window, and that's the dealer's issue. When talking to them after finding the leak, take a bucket of water with you.

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or just take it to em after it rained and be like this aint right lol

Can you believe that. That just happened.
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Make sure your shoes are not wet when entering the vehicle, they copuld be getting wet from the rain outside, then you put them on the floor =P

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yeah it hasnt rained or been driven in 3 days and the floorboards are still soaked...made an apt w/GM to have them at least look at it. over the phone they said the same thing you guys did about getting in with wet shoes, lol im not a retard
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hahaha sorry but with people these days, i had to ask. Some people man... i could just go on and on.

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lol, i didnt take offense or anything just got a kick out of it
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I have been having the same problem, It seems to be coming in aroun d the speaker on my door. I have aftermarket speakers, and the do not cover the whole opening that the stock one goes in.

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hmmm...i have aftermarket speakers too...if thats the case i may be adding some type of inslation because thats the last thing i want is my speakers taking a dump from it
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