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97 Pontiac Grand Prix Leaks 2" Water on Front Passenger Floor in a Heavy Rain (But not if the car is parked on a down slope.

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Got a sun roof? Pull down head liner and put drain hose back on.

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Check the bottom of the door for clogged drain holes. Could also be a weatherstrip seal leak around the door opening. Worst case there could be a leak around the windshield gasket.

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I have a 1997 grand prix 2 door and my sunroof leaks on the front passenger corner and gets my passenger seat soaking wet plus my connector going into the switch is bad and I need a new one but how do I...


you could use silicon spray or sealant but that is a cheap, messy fix, get the seals replaced. the switch issue is probably down to water damage and corrosion, replace the switch

Jan 03, 2015 | 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Buick 97 LeSabre rear passenger floor floods in rain and trunk wet


have you checked for holes in the floor. the shock towers rust on those. I had a 1995 that had rust in the truck floor next to the rear seat

Oct 28, 2012 | 1997 Buick LeSabre

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Wet floor in 2000 pontiac grand prix driver side


check the plastic cover below windshield..where wipers are at.. theres a seal that leaks water under there and runs down fire wall to the floor.had that problem before myself

Feb 18, 2012 | 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Water leak fro dash bored


On the early 2000 model Grand Prix the issue with the water leaking into the passenger floor board is usually the seal that has come off near the blower motor, this seal is easily able to be replaced and is inexpensive right from GM. You can remove you wiper blades and the plastic coweling in front of the widshield then look down inside where the intake is for this blower motor and you should see the seal just laying there or maybe hanging off. The purpose of this seal is to divert rain water that runs down the windshield and into this intake area. Replace this seal and it should take care of the issue.

If this isn't the issue some of these cars had an issue with the windshield not having enough adheasive installed on the lower portion of the windshield and allowing rain water to be driven in between the window and the dash, the water then runs down the firewall behind the dash and corrodes wiring. A friend of mine had this issue on his pontiac and had to had the entire ECM wiring replaced and the window resealed.

Dec 30, 2011 | 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Water on floor passenger side after it rains and after air has been running 2000 grand prix


Ac hose leak?
leaking heater core?

Hint: it leaks when it RAINS

If it were related to the heater core or the AC drain, it would be leaking when it is not raining also, so those diagnoses are not logical.

The grand prix has a long history of floor leaks from seal failures around the air intake under the windshield cowling, where RAIN water runs in.

May 04, 2011 | 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix

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I have a 97 grand prix. When it rains water leaks in the front passenger floor board. My a/c doesn't work. When coolent was poured into it it also leaked all in the floor.


your heater core is leaking, that would explain the antifreeze on the passenger floor-as for it leaking there when it rains, there is a piece of molding that sometimes move out of place, it is under the hood on the passenger side, below the vent plate (remove the wiper blade arms, the plate for access)-the ac not working? that could be as simple as low freon, or as bad as multiple leaks, comtaminated system, electrical issues-do you mean the blower motor, because with all that moisture stuff you have going on there I wouldn't be surprised if the blower motor has electrical issues due to the flooding.

The MOST IMPORTANT THING is to fix or bypass the heater core, or you will end up needing an engine if it overheats.

Mar 09, 2011 | Pontiac Grand Prix Cars & Trucks

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Grand prix front passenger floorboard gets wet


You could have a leaking windshield seal, and its running down the inside of the dash and onto the mat. Has the windshield been replaced?

Aug 13, 2009 | 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix

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95 grand am quad 4. water on floor boards?


might be a heater core leak coming through the vent system.

thats just first thing that comes to mind.

Mar 17, 2009 | 1995 Pontiac Grand Am

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What would cuase water on the floor board in 97 grand prix


Is it water or coolant, if its coolant need to replace heater core. If its water could be door weatherstrip problem or windshield leaking . also can have someone spray water on car and you sit inside and look for water leaks.

Dec 13, 2008 | 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix

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