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mrbill1960 02-27-2011 06:59 PM

water in driverside floor under carpet
 
hello i have 2002 jeep grand cherokee limted 4.7 found water under carpet driver side any body have any ideas where this might be coming from:confused:

SvenskaJeepGuy 02-27-2011 11:14 PM

Re: water in driverside floor under carpet
 
do you have a sunroof?

vman_86 03-02-2011 02:02 PM

Re: water in driverside floor under carpet
 
check for rust on the underside as this would be a symptom of long term water damage...if there is crack or hole or rust-age on underside, could be a chance everytime you drive when it rains it just worsens...

sxr951 03-15-2012 09:16 PM

Re: water in driverside floor under carpet
 
just fixed mine.. antenna wire rubber grommet fell out. when it rains it just pours rt in.

TJXJWJ 03-16-2012 07:19 AM

Re: water in driverside floor under carpet
 
That sounds like a sunroof drain issue like Svenska said. I've had to fix this on a WK and KJ already. They get clogged up with goop or begin to leak right where they meet the sunroof assembly. I've had good luck with removing the drain tube, blowing out any funk, and re-installing with a typical worm-drive hose clamp. You could also have water collecting in the cowl between the hood and windshield. a few screws and that comes off too. You'll probably find some slime in there. Lastly, I'd check the passenger's side door seals, and then peel back the carpet to see if the floor is in good shape.

cheapjeep 03-16-2012 05:08 PM

Re: water in driverside floor under carpet
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by sxr951 (Post 594668)
just fixed mine.. antenna wire rubber grommet fell out. when it rains it just pours rt in.

X2! That's why I don't have a fender antenna anymore. Filled up the passenger side twice. As everyone has said the sunroof drains are often the culprit too but if you don't have one the antenna lead is the first place I'd check.


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