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You probably have a bad windsheild or door seal

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Wet floor boards when it rains


If you have a sunroof the hose that allows the gland around the glass window to drain has plugged. Also reported is the rubber hose connection to the drain in the roof gland has also relaxed allowing the water to leak from the connection. This is an easy repair and several videos are available to DIY. If the car sits outside near trees, or has been baking in the sun are the most likely cause .


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1999 Pontiac Grand prix does not blow high fan speed on Max A/C.


if its the same set up as my oldsmobile intrigue there is a plug behind the glove box that has a sensor board, my fan quit working all together and I swapped that sensor out and everything worked fine afterwards, does your right side passenger floor board get wet when it rains hard, if so it has shorted part of the sensor out for the high side of the fan.

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Floor board stays wet losing coolant regularly evn when it hasn't rained inover a week or two just the floor carpet upper portions are dry


You have a leaking heater , hose es or tap. That is why you are loosing coolant. FInd the leak by using a radiator pressure tester and replace /repair unit.

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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

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When it rains my passenger side floors get soaked is it the air box


what year is the vehicle, i have 97 marquise and when i bought the car the passenger floor was always wet after and during rain , i found the prolem let me know what ya got

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Everytime it rains my 95 grand am floor boards are flooded


bad weather stripping around doors or raise hood and check firewall for leaks

Mar 09, 2011 | 1995 Pontiac Grand Am

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1995 Pontiac,grandprix, when it rain's the pass, floor is wet,no a/c, heater core is by passed


the door seal is probably the culprit.if it has ever been opened after the keys were locked in it the seal was damaged.get someone to sit in the car and spray it at a car wash with high pressure around the door seals

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