Question about 1988 Pontiac Sunbird
THIS CONDITION MAY BE CAUSED BY AN INADEQUATE SEAL AT REAR WINDOW OR THE SIDE PANES SEALS BY THE DOOR CONNECTION, OR EVEN THE TRUNK SEAL YOU MAY EVEN HAVE A LEAK IN THE FRONT AND IT COULD BE RUNNING TO THE BACK WHEN DRIVING
SO WHAT I RECOMMEND IS TO INSPECT ALL OF THE SEALS AND IF YOU NEED TO USE A GARDEN HOSE AND START AT ONE AREA OF THE CAR AND RUN WATER OVER LETS SAY THE REAR WINDOW AND THAN CHECK TO SEE IF THERE IS ANY STANDING WATER AND ONCE YOU GET TO A POINT THAT YOU FIND WATER YOU WIL KNOW WHERE IT IS COMING FROM OK?
BEST REGARDS MICHAEL
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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