Question about 2004 Chevrolet Suburban
Just fixed the same issue on our 2004 Suburban. Turned out it was just that the drain for the rear A/C was clogged with dirt (located right behind right rear tire -- above the exhaust pipe). All it took was a paperclip, straightened out, poking gently in this narrow rubber ****... and the water came gushing out (floor was wet at the time). If you do it when the floor is dry, you would have to turn on the rear A/C for a while and make sure the condensate drips out of the drain.
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
Could be a few things. Do you have a sunroof? If so check to make sure the drain lines are clear. You would probably notice the headliner wet as well. Or you have some window or firewall leak. I would pull up the carpet enought to expose the metal underneath. Have someone sit in the car while you douse the outside in specific places (or use a power washer) You will eventually see a trail of water that you can trace back to the source of the leak.
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