Question about GMC Suburban
Believe it or not, check the rear wheel wells for rust damage or holes. As the tires spin the water is thrown up into the well and penetrates the rear cargo panel. If not try to check the saturation starting at the rear door and follow it until it gets less. The odds are the water is coming in through the wheel well.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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