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Water leaking on floor of my GTO

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    Junior Member Roman nj.'s Avatar
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    Water leaking on floor of my GTO

    Does anyone have the fix for water leaking onto and puddling on my driver front and passenger rear floor?. The car hasn't been driven so it's comming in from somewhere high like windows or between the door jambs. I have read something about a plastic vapor barrier but want to find the correct fix for when I pull my door apart. There has to be a good fix by now. Any pics would also help. Thanks.

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    Ive had an issue with water pouring in from my driver's side view mirror, it seems like whoever did the weatherstripping and fitting of that section was a bit lazy. I have no clue about the rear passenger floor, but Id suggest going around all the weather stripping and making sure there are no gaps. A smoke test would probably help as well, but that requires either a machine or some serious chain-smoking. I wish you the best of luck.

    On a side note, Ive always wondered if it would be feasible to drill a couple of small drain holes into the floor. Wouldn't help much with carpeting, but for those of us with diamond-plated floors it could be an option.
    Anyone without a gun and a knife and a handkerchief and a chapstick get the F%$# out of here!

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    If I recall, there was an issue with the door weatherstripping allowing water to enter the cabin. Mine does on the driver side during a heavy downpour. However, I do NOT know if there is a bulletin out for that issue.

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    I had the same problem, it was caused by the speaker in the door, the was upside down and the water would fill up in the speaker thingy and overflow to the rear right back passenger floorboard.

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    thanks i'll have to check that.

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    i have that problem, in the back mine comes from between the quarter glass as these windows dont have any urathane glue to seal it it just has a rubber seal that can leak, in the front it leaks from in between the door jam. hope this helps

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    Keep us updated for any further assistance and outcomes.

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