Question about 2007 Buick Lucerne CXS Sedan
This could be coming in from a number of areas. The seal on the rear window, the rear lamp seals or the trunk lid seal. Empty out the trunk, remove all moisture and finally dust with baby powder. Now spray your car simulating rain, for about 15 minutes. When you open the trunk you will be able to trace the cause of the leak by following the runs in the powder. All you then need to do is seal the ingress and retest. Clean out all the powder when finished, leaving it all scented and not smelling of wet dog. Hope this helps...Please vote for me.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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