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When it rains, the water leaks into the bottom of the car and can hear it every time I drive. It does not show signs of leaking through the top though. It seems to stay in a drain under the car; how do I drain it?

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This is a common problem with Sebring convertibles. There are drain plugs under the rocker-panels (underneath the car door frame). These drain plugs get clogged with dirt. Have them cleaned and your problem will be solved.

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I suggest You but an auto repair/maintence manual for your local auto parts store, it will guide you through this.

Posted on Jul 15, 2009

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