Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
When it rains hard it leaks on passenger side cornercounter
Pull the liner down and you will see the track it slides on there will a drain hose on each corner in front. see if the hoses came off. if ok then check under the jeep where is drains it maybe clogged
Posted on Jan 03, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: leaking sun-roof
If you open the sunroof, look towards the rear corners and you will see 2 openings that are the drains. If the drain openings are clogged, you will get water into the car from the sunroof.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
common problem with these roof racks check for loose bolts holding it on also there are inserts pressed into your roof under the roof rack these threaded insrts tend to come loose or get pulled out use silocone sealant around every bolt and insert.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
SOURCE: 2005 Jeep Liberty rain leak
Sealant alone will not stop a leak where the luggage rack is leaking, if it is the L/R. I am a Pilot and you just cant imagine how water can be driven in past sealant at speed. If you are leaving it to the dealer to correct this leak, good luck. I really believe it is the rack. A window leak is to easy to correct.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
Check the front 'cowl' area, (located between the hood and the windshield). A lot of junk can accumulate inside through the slots. This is where air is drawn into the car for ventilation. If leaves and pine needles build up inside, it can rust through, allowing rain into the vehicle. Also check under the hood, near the passenger compartment, at the fire wall. I have a 96 Pontiac that leaked there into the drivers side due to rusting from leaves and junk. You should also check the windshield seal, and possibly the door seal, as water could enter from one point and travel a ways before hitting the carpet. You might also want to have someone hold a hose on the car, in one location for a while, to see if you can narrow the possible locations. Good luck.
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
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