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Old 09-03-2012, 10:58 PM
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2012 JKU - left rear windows off in rain anything to worry about?

Hey - new jeep owner here... Left my rear windows out in the rain last night in a moderate rain. The carpeting got a little wet and the plastic got wet. The interior is fine getting wet, right?

Have a 2012 JKU Sahara.

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I have had inches of water in the bottom and no problem.
Ended up pulling the carpet and drain plugs, but again - no problems.

PS Never put the carpet back in. More Gecko to enjoy.

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Hey - new jeep owner here... Left my rear windows out in the rain last night in a moderate rain. The carpeting got a little wet and the plastic got wet. The interior is fine getting wet, right?

Have a 2012 JKU Sahara.
Like Gonzo said: pull carpet, drain plugs if needed, let dry.

Or do this: That's it, I'm finally done...
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Let it dry so it doesn't mold/stink.

Oh, and go drive it more and enjoy it.
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As long as you cover or protect the steering wheel to the base of the steering column you're generally considered to be safe.
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