|06-30-2013 10:51 PM|
|Wattapunk||You can remove those metal oval plugs in the rear floorboard and replace them with the rubber plugs from a JK.|
|06-30-2013 10:41 PM|
Just put two funnels, one under each seat so the water will go to the front.
|06-30-2013 10:33 PM|
|06-30-2013 06:50 PM|
After looking at the pictures, I definitely don't have those in the rear. I just pulled the front plugs, shopvaced all the water I could, and let the sun dry the rest. Luckily I had a towel over the dash and some trash bags over the front 2 seats. There wasn't any water on the dash.
Is it OK to leave the plugs out for good? It looks like when driving in the rain, it would sling water inside from the road.
|06-30-2013 04:26 PM|
|NavyDoc1||Plugs? We don't need no stinkin plugs! Lol|
|06-30-2013 03:55 PM|
|KBR97||Not to me. I don't keep mine in either, I took them out years ago.|
|06-30-2013 11:09 AM|
|06-30-2013 11:05 AM|
|KBR97||My TJ doesn't have any rubber plugs in the rear floorboards, Only the two rubber ones up front. Pull the front ones and take a ride down the block, first time you hit the brakes the water will push forward and drain.|
|06-30-2013 10:58 AM|
Round plugs with a dimple in driver, driver rear and passenger foot well. These are the ones I remove anyway
Driver (passenger is in same spot)
|06-30-2013 09:06 AM|
|jeepwayoflife||There should be rubber ones. 1 under each front floor area, 2 towards the very back of the jeep, a couple where the back seat feet areas are... they are spaced around. If you can't seem to find them, post a pic of the tub and we should be able to help ya out|
|06-30-2013 08:47 AM|
Help Finding Drain Plugs In My 99
I got poured on last night. I have about an inch of water in the back seat floorboard. I've pulled the carpet back and can't find any drain plugs. I've read that the drain plugs are different on different model tj's. All I see are metal oval rings that don't appear to come out.