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1991 Suburban has water leak on drivers side floor when it rains.

My(new 2 me) 1991 suburban has a leak that accumulates on drivers side floor when it rains/snows her in WA. Nothing seems to feel wet on floor side panel. Please help me find the fix for this before carpet rots. I love this car and want to keep it in good repair.

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  • allechos Mar 11, 2009

    After being more observant I have noticed that there is a small drip off the brake pedal, and another sometimes right in front of the side kick panel (whatever it's called). I appreciate your suggestions

  • allechos Mar 11, 2009

    After being more observant I have noticed that there is a small drip off the brake pedal, and another sometimes right in front of the side kick panel (whatever it's called). I appreciate your suggestions

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It sounds more like your heater core is leaking than anything else

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Check out your door seals may need replacing. drive it thru a carwash to locate the spot.

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  • josh1111 Mar 07, 2009

    not the heater core if it only happens when it rains or snows!

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Driver side water leak. Water accumulates in space behind fuse panel where door electronic cable comes into cab. Already checkled door/cab seal on cable. Somehow water is flowing into space and then overflows into cab. Am chaulking windshield now.

Posted on Jan 31, 2010

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