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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 05-17-2010, 03:47 PM Thread Starter
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Wet Passagner Side Carpet.

I noticed a couple of days ago that the carpet on the passenger side was a little wet on the top.
It was wet in front of the seat and a little on the floor mat and also along the trim strip under the door.
I checked under the carpet front and back and that was bone dry.
I can't find any place that it may have came in.
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its from your air conditioner its not really a big deal go to a gm dealership they will fix it

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make sure the a/c drain hose didnt get kicked back in the car

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Wheres the drain located excatly so that i can check it?
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Id just take it to the dealer, its too new for something like that. good luck

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I haven't seen any wet spots in the car since that one time. So i'm thinking the dealer might of washed it with the window open a little. Since it was right after getting the oil changed that it was wet.
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I got this problem too...water leaks thru my roof and thru my ceiling close to the passenger door. It leaks in pours down the side pillar and down to the floor, even gets inside the glove compartment. I took it to the dealer and the said I just didn't have my door closed all the way...I said noooo, its leaking thru somewhere, they aid I just need to make sure I close my door. I swear the chevy dealers here are a bunch of douche bags...

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I got this problem too...water leaks thru my roof and thru my ceiling close to the passenger door. It leaks in pours down the side pillar and down to the floor, even gets inside the glove compartment. I took it to the dealer and the said I just didn't have my door closed all the way...I said noooo, its leaking thru somewhere, they aid I just need to make sure I close my door. I swear the chevy dealers here are a bunch of douche bags...
I seen that you have a sunroof. It may your drain tube for your sunroof is clogged on the passenger side.

In my case I don't have a sun roof. So i know it wasn't that got it wet that time.
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Hmm...drain for the sunroof? I'll have to lok at this...

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Hmm...drain for the sunroof? I'll have to look at this...

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Hmm...drain for the sunroof? I'll have to lok at this...
Yep, there are 2 drains..one on each side




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