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I have water leaking into rear compartment on my 89 Cherokee all seals are good and rear hatch has been adjusted nothing is getting by the hatch seals ?? i have been told it is comming from the Moon roof drain vents being plugged ?? is this possible ?

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Ok i think what you should do is see in your with eyes were the water leak from
ask someone to poor water on the car while you sit on the back and looking for leaks

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Testimonial: "That is the only thing i haven't done at this point. But, there is no sign of water leaking down on the inside anywhere that is what puzzles me.How is it getting in there without showing somewhere ??"

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