Question about 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix
Floor board wet on passenger side next to seat. Any suggestions.
Check the lower widshield seal - mine was bad and I would get a flood on the passenger side. Once I fixed it - problem gone!
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
Buddy J has one possible problem solution. The other thing that can cause water on the floor board of the passenger side only os a clogged up a/c drain. Locate the drain and blow compressed air downwards not upwards or else you will clog up the system and make your situation worse
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
First thought is a leaking heater core. Does it get wet even during dry weather, if yes then that would be the first place to troubleshoot. Are you loosing coolant in your radiator. If you are not loosing coolant and it happens in wet weather then suspect a gasket, with an assistant inside the vehicle spray all around the outside while they look and feel for water leaking in. Check the underside, a object could have struck the underside and made a hole or a plug could be missing or damaged, Damaged window and door gaskets can be glues back in place if parts are missing then replacement is required, JC Whitney and rockauto.com offer them for sale much cheaper than the dealer.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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