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2006 gmc sierra roof leak

I have 2006 1500 sierra with a sunroof and water is dripping from the inside comparment light fixture. I check the sunroof and don't see water in the area of the sunroof nor did i find water inside the cargo light. Any ideas on where this water is coming in the cab?

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    Fernand Luc Bergeron Jul 04, 2010

    check around your front and back window, any rust ?

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if water got in there ,there is a good chance that the socket itself is coroded and your not getting a good ground. i would check that out and it's a good bet that you have to replace the socket. please rate this....thanks

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You may be lucky and the fuel filter is still on the inside frame rail under the drivers door. 2004 was the change off year and 2005 was defiantly the no serviceable fuel filter.
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