Question about 1995 Jeep Cherokee
After any amount of rain or snow, but only during this, water will appear into my passenger side, i believe it is coming front he fire wall. and forums mention something about a cowl. but Ive no idea what a cowl is to begin with, others mention heating pumps and and other things of the sort, but i do see how it could be that considering it only happens after rain.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
The heater/airconditioner box under the dash has a drain hose to allow condensation to drain when the air conditioner is running. If this hose gets plugged, rain may accumulate in this box also (if it's raining heavily), as it comes in through the fresh air intake.
Look on the engine side of the firewall, probably on the passenger side, for a hose coming through the firewall that is not connected to anything. It is usually short, has a 90 degree bend, and the open end is down. Make sure that the end of this hose is not plugged.
Posted on May 11, 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
The first place I would look is the floor board caps. Make sure one or more of them aren't pushed up, allowing water to enter the cabin. Also, because your defroster is probably on while it's raining, make sure the A/C drain plug isn't clogged. It's a small rubber fiting that sticks out from inside the firewall, behind the engine. Simply pull it out and clean it. When you pull it out, you might be surprised to see water coming out of the hole!
Just a couple things to check. I hope this helps! :)
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
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