Question about 2006 Pontiac G6
Most likely coming in from your tail lights. the rubber seals bad.try this but have some one get in trunk take garden hose spray tail lights to see if coming in there. trunk seal.
Posted on Oct 28, 2012
To find the leak, start where it's suspect... if there is any corrosion on the outside of the car anywhere on the rear half of the vehiicle, start with that general area on the inside of the trunk. if you have a nice bright battery operated flashlight... one that can be somewhat aimed... use that and a video device of some sort... positin them in the trunk and gently close the trunk completely... douse the whole rear of the car with a garden hose and then review the video... repeat until you found the culprit... usually, as mentioned, it's a taillight gasket and or residual collision damage or corrosion.
Posted on May 24, 2014
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