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03-20-2008 01:49 PM
dweebster Its like mine the front fills up its more than likely clogged. it could be a simple leaf it look for a top hat look-a-like fixture and get a long screw driver and see if you can push the screw driver through. thats what i think if anything i can take a pic of it for yah later today?

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03-20-2008 08:58 AM
DiPietro ..and mine is just the opposite, the front part of the passenger side fills up first...
03-20-2008 08:56 AM
Brewski
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Originally Posted by dweebster View Post
hey for what i know and have delt with on my 98 wrangler is that on wranglers there is a whole where your ac is connected to and vents out off if you feel under your glove compartment there should be a circle sponge and a straw like tube more than likely over time its gotten clogged.
Thanks for the post. but even though its hard to tell where its coming from it appears to be somewhere around the back side of the pass door, as the rear pass part of the tub is the first part to fill up
03-20-2008 08:48 AM
dweebster hey for what i know and have delt with on my 98 wrangler is that on wranglers there is a whole where your ac is connected to and vents out off if you feel under your glove compartment there should be a circle sponge and a straw like tube more than likely over time its gotten clogged.
03-19-2008 03:10 PM
Brewski well let me know man im always looking for new places
03-19-2008 01:56 PM
DiPietro There are so many backroads around here I can't wait till Spring to check them out.. I'll probably find some good places when I'm mushroom hunting..
03-19-2008 01:28 PM
Brewski im just south of cinci, and were getting the same rain and im having the same problem...shitty. i cant figure it out either. any good places to go wheelin?
03-19-2008 01:23 PM
DiPietro
2002 TJ Leaking Water (2nd Post)

I came outside as it has been raining non-stop for 2 days and as you may know I posted a week or two ago that my passengers side is leaking water...

Well I saw where it's leaking and I can't figure out how or where it's coming from...

It's dripping from the lip of the entry right where it levels out ..almost like it's dripping down from the top of the door near the windshield hinge and coming down where the door should seal against the metal... I checked my rubber around the door and it seems ok...

Anyone have an idea

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