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Old 06-11-2011, 01:52 PM
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wash-out interior drain plugs

Do anyone know where the drain out plugs are located in 2011 wrangler sport? I knew where they were all located on my old 2008 unlimited wrangler. Had the 2011 jeep for two weeks and there is a puddle of water on passenger side.. im bringing back to dealer to fix and they finally told me there is a seal problem on the door seals... in the mean time i was told there isnt a drainout plug located on the passengerside.. i know there has to be.. so upset that didnt take the time to look yet.. thanks for feedback..
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Old 06-11-2011, 03:58 PM   #2
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Hmmm I wouldn't see why they would change it in 2011. there should be 2 right on the floor board. I would pull out the carpet for two reasons find the drain plugs and let's the carpet dry out it will take forever if you leave it in and will start to smell.


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thanks for your feed back.. since it isnt raining today i will pull out the rugs and let them dry.. i really dont want a bad smell in a new jeep..
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look under the bottom of the jeep. There are rubber plugs i know it's one almost in the middle of the passenger side floor
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