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Old 01-07-2019, 12:11 PM
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Wet front floorboards are soaked w/ rain water

Wet front floorboards are soaked w/ rain water

After a rain storm My 07saab97x same as trailblazer has completely soaked front floor carpets.

My first observation was the pass. Side I dismissed as another GM problem as a spilled
Drink it wasnít a spilled drink it was another another GM problem.

What I have done so far to resolve this other GM problem

1.on the pass. Side firewall there is like four connections I removed the lower left black rubber drain discharge tube (it was actuelly dripping water) result I didnít observe a bunch of backed up water as I did on the repair videos.

2, I looked inside the front of opened sunroof (SR)looking for a drain hole couldínt find one so I inserted a kindof stiff 16AWG wire up the SR discharge tube sticking out the door opening
Shoved about 3í of wire up this tube, didínt see the end of wire protruding from the top of SRs tube, also after pulling wire back out there was no dirt on wire.

Any tips on resolving this leak would be a big help thanks RR.
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