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I found a lot of water in every low spot in my jeep even the little storage in the back. It has not rained and it has been hot, the a/c has not been used. I am sure it is condensation, my Question is how do I fix it. My thoughts on a solution, Pull the rug and add undercoating or rhino lining, or would popping open some of the drain plugs do the trick?
 

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I found a lot of water in every low spot in my jeep even the little storage in the back. It has not rained and it has been hot, the a/c has not been used. I am sure it is condensation, my Question is how do I fix it. My thoughts on a solution, Pull the rug and add undercoating or rhino lining, or would popping open some of the drain plugs do the trick?
:thumb: all of my drain plug stay removed...

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Pulling the drain plugs is all fine and everything, but where the hell is the water coming from? That would be my concern.
 

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I am 100% sure the water is just condensation form the hot days and cool nights. I saw the plug under the storage, that spot took 2 towels b4 it stopped dripping. Ill have to look in to lining when I get back to the states, Thanks everyone!
 

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Good lord. I have never heard of that much condensation inside a vehicle.
Me either, if it was condensation then many of us would be having the same problem. That water is coming from somewhere and I'm sure condensation isn't it. :popcorn:
 

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Mine was leaking around the freedom top panels.I only had water in the front passenger floor and when I took it back they actually had a ROOF SPECIALIST,said the factory always has a hard time installing the gaskets correctly.It hasnt leaked since.If you run rubber floormats it will keep the moisture in.Hope this helps!
 

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Me either, if it was condensation then many of us would be having the same problem. That water is coming from somewhere and I'm sure condensation isn't it. :popcorn:
the carpet under my seats gets wet from time to time too.. it's not from a leaky top... probably just because i run my air conditioner on kill... :whistling:
 

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The wife may be leaving the window cracked? Like I said it has not been raining and its been hot as balls out unless my little town has a water dumping bandit then I don't know what it would be.
 

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Do you have a hardtop? If so check the seals on both sides of the glass near the bottom. The right side of mine was worn out allowing a drizzle of water to go down. I put some weather stripping in its place and it stopped. It is where the glass seals against the tail gate on each side of the back bar.
 
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