|04-18-2010 07:03 AM|
|CMEvans79||all I can say is ... its a Jeep. I have had the same problem.|
|04-18-2010 01:07 AM|
|michael_roberts||if your worried about rust pull up the carpet and put down a bedliner, you can always put the carpet back down over it.|
|04-17-2010 07:44 PM|
|97'wrangler||good idea, i guess i am going to try that plan... i am sick and tired of having to dry it out quickly because i am afraid it will create rust.|
|04-17-2010 07:09 PM|
|michael_roberts||every time it rains i get water in my jeeps, the YJ i just dont care it drains on its own but i took th TJ to the car wash and spent $5 spraying every nook and cranny until i found where it was comin from.|
|04-17-2010 06:42 PM|
|03 RUBI||On my '03 the cowl drain is just below the inboard edge of the battery tray and towards the engine.|
|04-17-2010 06:04 PM|
|Atthehop||99% of us that get water there get it from the cowl drain. Never could find it but it must have unclogged because the leak stopped. Had the problem since 2004 but it stopped in 2009.|
|04-17-2010 05:46 PM|
|Barrie||Are your floor plugs in? Look under your carpet.|
|04-17-2010 05:18 PM|
Water in my jeep!
Here's my problem, I was going to clean up my jeep after yesterdays rain, and i discovered some water soaked into my carpet on my passenger floor pan, and under it as well.
I don't no where it is coming from?
There are no leaks in the soft top, nothing getting through the soft door...
The funny thing is, is that it is only wet in a curtain spot, no water on the dash, door, or seat, just right in the middle of the passenger floor pan.
Could water becoming up through the bottom?