Re: [DML] Re: Passenger side water leak
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Re: [DML] Re: Passenger side water leak



Dave

>From your desctiption it sounds like the water is coming in through
the A-pillar itself.  There are lots of places where water could get
into the roof of the car above the pillar.

Windshield header retaining screws - these are located behind the
outer door seal

Windshield side trim retaining screws - these are located behind the
outer door seal

Torsion spring mounts

Door hinge mounts

Wiring harness access panel under T-panel

Since you poured water into the channel, we can probably rule out 
the T-panel and the windshield seal itself.  The other places are still
possibilities.

--
Mike


-------------- Original message from "usndmc" <usndmc@xxxxxxxxx>: -------------- 


> David, 
> 
> Thanks for the reply. I do indeed plan to start redoing the RTV 
> around the car after I get this squared away. Better preventative 
> than needed. As for the A/C drain, I did clean this out recently 
> when I had to replace the blower motor, and yes you are right there 
> was a bunch of junk in there. 
> 
> However the leak I'm trying to track down now is on the right wall, 
> closest to the door edge. If you were to sit in the passenger seat 
> with the door open, and run your hand along the front of the 
> dashboard on the right edge, at the bottom of the dashboard, below 
> the door switch, is where the water is coming from. Right where the 
> bottom right front corner of the dashboard meets the fiberglass 
> wall. It comes straight down from there, barely on the inside of the 
> fiberglass wall. I have to have the door sill carpet piece pulled 
> back, with the vinyl part that wraps the edges pulled back too, to 
> see it. The way I found these leaks was having the door open, and 
> pouring water from a cup into the area between the inner and outer 
> seals at the top front, behind the windshield. As the water ran and 
> drained down the forward pillar those points would leak. However, it 
> also leaks from there with the seals in place and door closed, 
> because after sealing the other 2 leaks I closed everything up and 
> left the car, and it has rained numerous times since then, and it 
> has leaked every time it's rained. Hopefully one of you all has seen 
> this problem before, I really would hate to have to pull out the 
> dashboard to find out where the water is coming from. Again any and 
> all help is greaty appreciated! Thanks! 
> 
> Dave 
> #5968 
> 

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