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Hi, you can use 6 or 12 inch uncured epdm rubber roofing flashing. it comes in a roll with a protective cover you peel. first clean the area with putty knife, wire brush, orbital sander etc.. use laquer thinner on a rag to with protective gloves and eyewear clean the area well. the uncured is then cut to fit, apply splice adheasive (Lowes) specificly for this job with a 3 inch roller to the area, then apply same to uncured strip. let dry to semi tacky test with finger tips if it doesn't smear its ready. hold strip up and over the area and carefully set it in place. use hand pressure to finish . finally use special lap caulking (lowes) applied to all edges of patch. your done and leak is gone. This uncured rubber is great...it goes over humps, around corners, and once it cures it doesn't come up. ive been in the roofing industry for 35 years and I also am a fellow RVer. and I used this method of repair all the time. this stuff comes in white or black. and can be found at any commercial roofing supply warehouse. good luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: there is a water leak
Your A/C drain hose may be plugged. If so, the condensate from the A/C box will leak onto the floor, and eventually soak the rear carpet as well. This is a common issue. It is under the glove box, close to the passenger floor. Remove it and make sure that it is open. Alos, always run the A/C in the RECIRC mode.
Water in the trunk can be from a bad trunk seal or poorly sealed taillamp seams
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
check the drain tube outlet on the bottom of the car, that drains the AC. It could have become plugged. If that fails to clear up the problem, then you'll have to check the heater core... But you would be smelling coolant.
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
I had the same problem. Reservoir would drain for no reason and I later found that the water was soaking the passenger side carpet and filling the wire channel under the doors. Tracked the problem to a barbed fitting behind the passenger side kick panel, just below the dash. The fitting connects the tubing coming through the firewall from the reservoir to the rear wiper/washer. The hose had come loose from the fitting (possibly due to freezing). I re-installed the tubing onto the the fitting and it has been fine ever since.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
SOURCE: Rear Differential Seal Leak
No. This is a cheap repair even if you take to Chrysler or any repair facility. All they do is drop the drive line and remove the pinion nut and remove the seal and tap the new one into place. Should only take them about an hour at most to do this.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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